KUALA LUMPUR: The management and maintenance of the MySejahtera app should be taken over by the Health Ministry, says Wong Kah Who.
The Ipoh Timur MP said this after learning that the government would now have to pay for this MySejahtera app although it was developed for free.
"We were told that the MySejahtera app would be developed for free through corporate social responsibility (CSR) at no cost to the government when asked during a Dewan Rakyat meeting in March last year.
"But today (Sept 21), a written reply was given by the government saying that the CSR agreement expired on March 31, 2021.
"This means that the government had to pay the app's developers beginning April 1 this year," he said when debating the motion of thanks on the RoyRead More »
KUALA LUMPUR: Putrajaya is finalising payment to developers of the MySejahtera app after its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) model expired on March 31 this year, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
He said this in a written reply dated Sept 21 to Alice Lau (PH-Lanang), who asked how much the MySejahtera app cost.
Ismail said no payments had been made to the developers yet.
"However, in line with the importance of MySejahtera as a national app in the Covid-19 pandemic management that can still be improved, the government decided to make payments beginning April 1,"he said.
Ismail said the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (Mampu), is currently finalising payment methods and details togetRead More »
ALOR SETAR: The MySejahtera team resolved over 500,000 complaints of digital vaccination certificates not being displayed on the app within a week, says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
He said the Health Ministry took note of the complaints regarding the problem among individuals who had received either the first dose or both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, and would continue to ensure that the app updated vaccine recipients’ information from time to time.
“Last week, I set a target of resolving as many complaints as possible regarding the digital certificates in the MySejahtera application. As a result of the investigations, the ministry has identified several causes.
“A total of 95,347 complaints were related to MySejahtera users. Among thRead More »
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): There is a need to tighten checks on the MySejahtera application status of individuals at all premises, especially supermarkets, to ensure those placed under the Home Supervision Order (HSO) do not gain entry.
Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said his ministry had detected non-compliance of the HSO because there were still individuals found checking in at supermarkets despite being in the quarantine period.
"In Kedah, in just one week, there were 523 MySejahtera check-ins (to premises) who were Covid-19 positive or high-risk individuals placed under home quarantine.
"A total of 18% of the (523) check-ins occurred in supermarkets, so we ask that supervision at entrances be tightened because they (quarantined individuals) manageRead More »