MySejahtera temporarily disables Covid-19 self-test kit purchase feature on app


Under the Covid-19 Self Test icon, users clicking on Purchase Online will be directed to a message by MySejahtera saying the self-test kits are not available for online sales temporarily. — ANGELIN YEOH/The Star

PETALING JAYA: MySejahtera has removed the listing to purchase Covid-19 self-test kits through the app, a feature introduced last week.

Under the Covid-19 Self Test icon, users clicking on Purchase Online will be directed to a message by MySejahtera saying the self-test kits are not available for online sales temporarily.

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