MySejahtera check-in no longer compulsory by May 1

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By Ling Hui

KUCHING, April 27: Checking-in into premises and public places using the MySejahtera application will no longer be compulsory starting this Sunday (May 1), says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

He however, advised the public to activate the MySejahtera Trace function in the application  for contact tracing purposes.

On another note, he said all individuals are allowed to enter any premises regardless of their vaccination statuses.

“Only those who are Covid-19 positive and still under HSO (Home Surveillance Order) are banned from entering.

“Premise owners or operators should check the risk status of individuals before letting anyone in,” said Khairy in a hybrid special conference streamed from Putrajaya today.

Meanwhile, Malaysians are allowed to go maskless outdoors and in open spaces also starting May 1. — Dayakdaily