Good day foodies, how are you? By now you should know that check-in using MySejahtera app is mandatory at the entrance of premises, except those without a smart phone. It is also compulsory for businesses to provide Mysejahtera check-in alongside with the pen-and-paper method. The latest update of the app now features check-in address underneath the QR code, which we think businesses should take note of.
The Latest Update of MySejahtera Has Address Listed Underneath the QR Code:
Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced earlier that check-ins using MySejahtera is compulsory, and this applies to both individuals and businesses. Those without a smart phone or premises located at rural areas with poor internet connectivity can be exempted, but must record down information using other tracing methods.
The latest version of MySejahtera app has a new update, where full address will show underneath the QR code, alongside with the name of the premise. Businesses should be aware of this and update their MySejahtera to the latest version.
While the government has yet to issue any notice on this, it’s best for businesses to update their QR code. This could avoid any unnecessary issue or conflict.
Foodies, if you’re a business owner, beware and keep yourself updated. Don’t forget to share this to your friends or anyone you know of that owns a business so that they’ll get notified. That’s all, have a great day ahead and buh bye!
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