Govt launches pilot project to monitor spread of Covid-19 pandemic via app

The MySejahtera app is available on most app stores and encourages users to share info that will help the Health Ministry monitor the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. — Apple

The Malaysian government has introduced a pilot programme, a mobile app, to help monitor the spread of Covid-19 by collecting data from citizens through health self-assessments.

The MySejahtera app said it enabled users to determine their health levels, identify nearby hospitals and clinics where they can get tested, and get information on what to do if they do contract Covid-19 and where to get treatment.

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