MySejahtera app’s Check-In feature now live, stores can register for QR codes

Stores can now start registering with the MySejahtera app Check-In feature’s mobile site, so customers can utilise the QR code generated to check in rather than filling out a log book. — Bernama

The MySejahtera app’s Check-In feature, which enables customers to check in using a QR code rather than writing down their details with pen and paper, has now gone live.

A related website allows stores to register their premises and generate a unique QR code corresponding to their outlet.

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