SElangkah wants users to report number of people not wearing masks in business premises

Selangor's contact tracing service SElangkah now asks users to identify if other people aren't wearing masks while out and about. — EDWARD RAJENDRA/The Star

Contact tracing service SElangkah is now requesting users to make a report if other people are not wearing face mask in business premises.

The service, which pops up when users scan a QR code as they enter a shop or government building, now asks the question “How many people do you see not wearing a mask here?” and gives users three options to select from: zero, up to four, or more than five people not wearing masks at their location.

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