Spot checks needed on MySejahtera usage to help curb virus cases


Log book together with MySejahtera QR code.

KUCHING: The mandatory use of MySejahtera by business premises is a good move towards effective contact tracing, but spot checks would serve to ensure strict adherence to the standard operating procedure, said Kuching Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and Industry secretary-general Jonathan Chai.

He said the association had no problem with the new ruling because the objective was to make it easier for contact tracing to be done when required.

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