Improved MySejahtera feature protects M’sians, say health experts

PETALING JAYA: The new MySejahtera application feature to track communicable diseases was lauded as a positive step forward to better protect Malaysians, say health experts.

Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia president Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh said the inclusion of the new feature was timely as the use of the MySejahtera app was now “part of daily life”.

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