- MOH is encouraging the public to download the MySejahtera App.
- The app allows users to check if there are COVID-19 cases within a 1km radius of the searched location.
- The app will find out if there are COVID-19 cases of a searched location in the past 28 days.
MOH Is Encouraging The Public To Download The MySejahtera App
During the COVID-19 press conference on Thursday, 28th May, Health Director-General Datuk Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah urged Malaysians to use the app provided by the MOH to monitor the outbreak as well as assess their health condition online. Areas are classified into red, yellow, or green zones based on cases that were reported in the searched location in the past 28 days.
“For those who have not yet downloaded the MySejahtera application, they can do so to use important functions, including self-assessment and health information from the Health Ministry’s CPRC (Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre),” he told the press conference.
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The public will be able to search for other high-risk areas that they should avoid. The app also provides information on the nearest COVID-19 screening facilities and health information from the ministry’s Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre. Together, let’s fight back and constantly monitor ourselves and our loved ones.
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