KUCHING, August 7: MBKS will help premises owners to register their QR (Quick Response) code for the QMUNITY mobile app, to broaden coverage and ensure its effectiveness for Covid-19 contact tracing purposes.
According to a Kuching South City Commission (MBKS) press statement today, the QMUNITY team will start a one-week premises QR code registration field work activity next week where the team will help premises owners to register and print QR codes.
“This field work is to ensure a wider coverage to help the frontliners in tracing Covid-19-affected parties using the shortest time possible,” it said.
It was also noted that beginning August 10, the QUMUNITY team will be in certain areas, namely the Old Court House, Waterfront, and Main Bazaar; followed by Jalan Ban Hock, Jalan Abel, and Jalan Padungan on August 11; and 101, Gala City, Jalan Song, Saradise and Green Heights, on August 12.
On August 13, the team will be in Stutong Market and Tabuan Jaya; followed by tHe Spring, Jalan Mendu, and Chong Lin Park on August 14; Jalan Tun Jugah, King Centre, and Brighton Square on August 15; and Third Mile, Trinity Hub and Central Park areas on August 16.
Those with any inquiries are urged to contact the QMUNITY official Facebook page or email email@example.com. — DayakDaily