Decision On Dropping MySejahtera Check In, Known In Two Weeks Time

According to Khairy Jamaluddin, contact tracing via the MySejahtera application is still needed for now, despite cases having dropped significantly since border reopening.

The Health Minister refuted claims that the application has become obsolete and added that it is still relevant to inform if anyone had become close contact with a Covid-19 individual.

“It has been demonstrated that at the peak of the Omicron wave last month, we sent out notifications to casual contacts, and 45 percent of them were positive.”

However, Khairy added that the ministry will investigate the possibility of discontinuing the use of the application for “micro-tracing” or even for check-ins during the transition period and will make an announcement within the next two to three weeks.

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