MySejahtera has not been sold, no compromise on data privacy, says Khairy

PETALING JAYA: MySejahtera is wholly owned by the government with the Health Ministry as the main stakeholder, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

The Health Minister, in a statement Sunday (March 27), clarified that the Health Ministry had never sold the application to any private entities to manage public health services.

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