MySejahtera can now help Malaysians kick the nicotine habit


PETALING JAYA: Malaysians who want to kick the nicotine habit can now set up appointments at quit smoking clinics via the MySejahtera app, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

In a tweet on Saturday (Oct 8), the Health Minister said a feature had been added to the app to allow Malaysians to make appointments at clinics nearest to them.

"You can also book slots for free health screening, either at a Health Ministry clinic or under the PeKa B40 screening programme," he said.

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