Risk level and vaccination status at one glance with updated MySejahtera app


PETALING JAYA: The MySejahtera app is in the midst of an update to make it easier for people to display their risk level and vaccination status, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

In a tweet Thursday (Sept 2) night, the Health Minister posted: "The @my_sejahtera team will push a new build tonight making it easier for people to display their risk level and vaccination status.

"Will further update and improve the app over the coming weeks," he tweeted.

“A check-out button has also been added in the latest update of MySejahtera. This is to improve contact tracing. After leaving a place, please remember to check-out. You only need to press a button - no scan needed,” he added.

The government has been easing Covid-19 restrictions starting Aug 10 for those who have been fully vaccinated.

Among them are allowing dining-in at restaurants or cafes and customers must show their digital vaccination certificate to verify their immunisation status.

As of Wednesday (Sept 1) a total of 65.1% of the country's adult population or 15,241,655 people have been fully vaccinated for Covid-19, says the Special Committee on Covid-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV).

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