By Adrian Lim
KUCHING, Dec 5: Food trucks operators here have been urged to apply for the Qmunity app, an application for location tracking from the Kuching South City Council (MBKS) as part of the efforts to curb the transmission of Covid-19 in the city .
MBKS mayor Dato Wee Hong Seng during his Facebook ‘live’ cast today said the council will facilitate food truck owners in Kuching to apply for the registration of Qmunity code at the council’s office.
“I believe some of the food trucks selling products such as vegetable and bread will ply their trade at construction site and so on.
“We hope that food truck operators will cooperate with us during the current Covid-19 pandemic and we also hope that all the citizens will cooperate and assist the state government to break the chain of the Covid-19 infection.
“The council will provide the service of Qmunity app registration for free to food trucks operators under MBKS as well as under other councils such as Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) and Padawan Municipal Council (MPP).” he said today.
He added that food truck operators can send their information such as their name, identification card number and vehicle registration number to the council via its WhatsApp number at 016-8796441.
Once the app has been successfully registered, the food trucks owners can collect the registration code at the council’s office.