Avoid RM1,000 Fine: Do This When Police Asks For Your MySejahtera Check-In History

Recently, many business operators and patrons were issued fines of RM1,000 for violating Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) set by the Govt. This includes failure to screen & record temperatures, social distancing, and not wearing face masks. Another thing that authorities may check, is whether you have signed-in by using MySejahtera app or manually with notebook provided.

Photo: Malay Mail (Yusof Mat Isa)

Steps To Prove Your MySejahtera Check-In History

1. Open Your MySejahtera App

Click on the “profile” icon on bottom right once you’ve launched the app.

2. Show This QR Code To The Authorities

You will land on a page with a QR code.

Follow These SOPs

Here are is list of SOP businesses and patrons must follow:

  1. Check-in via MySejahtera app, or manually sign-in.
  2. Screening & Recording temperatures.
  3. Social distancing of 1-meter between patrons.
  4. 2-meters distance between tables.
  5. Stalls must disinfect regularly.
  6. Entrance & Exit pathways must be clear.
  7. Face masks are compulsory.
  8. Hand-sanitizers must be provided.

For more information, click here.

Read Also: Breaking News: Face Mask Is Compulsory In Public Areas Starting 1st August

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