Playing sick by faking tests

Bad form: The Star has found several videos on social media showing ways to manipulate test kits to give false positive results.

PETALING JAYA: Some unscrupulous workers are faking their Covid-19 test results to stay away from work, and several groups are calling for further improvement of the MySejahtera app to check such abuse.

The Star also found videos that are being circulated on social media platforms on how the Covid-19 saliva test kit can be manipulated to give false positive results.

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