Socso: No, we're not working with MyEG over Prihatin screening programme for Covid-19

PETALING JAYA: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has denied that it was working with My E.G Services Sdn Bhd (MyEG) to screen workers for Covid-19.

In a statement on Wednesday (May 13), Socso said that registration for its Prihatin Screening Programme can only be done through the programme's website at

"Socso wants to confirm that it does not have any form of cooperation with MYEG for the implementation of its Prihatin Screening Programme," said the organisation.

Socso added that the screening was being offered for free for all employees and employers who were registered with the organisation.

MyEG in a statement to Bursa Malaysia on Tuesday (May 12) said that it will offer a one-stop portal for employers to go through the process of getting their workers tested for Covid-19.

It said that MyEG will also arrange for screening to be conducted on-site at employers' premises, which would be done via a partnership with a panel of Socso registered clinics.

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