Latest MySejahtera update allows users to locate nearest health screening facilities, more

MySejahtera has added three new tabs namely Covid-19 Self Test, Emergency and Health Facilities in the latest update. — ANGELIN YEOH/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The MySejahtera app has been updated with enhanced features in the ongoing fight against the spread of Covid-19.

Users will now see three new icons on the app’s homepage, namely Covid-19 Self Test, Emergency, and Health Facilities.

Clicking on the Covid-19 Self Test icon displays three different self-testing kits available for purchase, namely the Salixium Covid-19 Rapid Antigen Test Kit (RM39.90), Gmate Covid-19 AG Salive for Home Use (RM39.90) and JusChek Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Test (RM29). Users will then be led to a pharma e-commerce platform to view more details about the product and make payment for purchase.

Users who click on the Emergency icon will be prompted to make a 999 call, while the Health Facilities icon aims to help users locate the nearest health screening facility. Users will need to turn on their location to perform the search, after which they will be provided with the names, addresses and phone numbers of the closest clinics.

According to MySejahtera on Twitter today (July 30), users are advised to close the app after updating and then reopen it to access the latest features.

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