Ismail Sabri: Three Aeon outlets among first commercial premises to use MySejahtera app

PUTRAJAYA: Three Aeon outlets will be among the first commercial premises to use the latest MySejahtera Check-In application from Tuesday (June 2), says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic).

"The MySejahtera Check-In application will help facilitate registration and monitoring of visitors in a more structured and uniform manner for commercial premises including factories, construction sites and offices.

"It will also allow the government to better manage and control the spread of Covid-19 when the nation's economy begins operating again.

"The application can be used from June 2 at three Aeon outlets," he told reporters Sunday (May 31).

He encouraged members of the public to download the latest MySejathera Check-In app as it would help in breaking the chain of Covid-19 infections.

He said the application can be downloaded from Galeri Applikasi Mudah Alih Kerajaan (Gamma), Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Huawei App Gallery.

On the MySejahtera app, he said it had a total of 770,216 registrations with 929,276 health status evaluations.

The Senior Minister (Security) also announced that banks will be allowed to resume normal operating hours for their automatic teller machines (ATMs) beginning Monday (June 1).

"Although we had announced that banks were allowed to resume operations as normal, we found that their ATMs were still operating between 8am to 8pm," he said.

Previously, banks were only allowed to operate their ATMs between 8am and 8pm when the movement control order was initially announced.

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