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.

A test of the site showed stores would need to use a reCaptcha, and get an OTP code sent to a linked handphone number, in order to register.

They would also need to input the company’s name and store location.

After this three-step registration, the site would generate a QR code that can be downloaded or printed, making it easier for customers to scan as they entered the store.

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob earlier said the MySejahtera app’s Check-In feature would “help facilitate registration and monitoring of visitors to commercial premises including factories, construction sites and offices”.

"It will also allow the government to better manage and control the spread of Covid-19 when the nation’s economy begins operating again,” he added.

He encouraged members of the public to download the latest MySejahtera app as it would help the government’s efforts in breaking the chain of Covid-19 infections.

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