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MySejahtera Now Requires You To Upload A Photo Of Your Self-Test Result In Latest Update

The app also requires users to answer several questions regarding the self-test, such as where it was conducted, the date it was taken, and the result of the test.

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The MySejahtera app now has a new feature that asks users to upload a picture of their COVID-19 self-test result when updating their health status

The app also requires users to answer several questions regarding the self-test, such as where it was conducted, the date it was taken, and the result of the test.

Before the update, users only had to fill up a form and state whether the result was positive, negative, or invalid.

The form now appears as a single page and there is a button for users to attach a photo of their self-test result in order to proceed.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) recommends that you take a COVID-19 self-test before attending a gathering or event

You should also conduct a test if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, such as sore throat, cough, flu, or fever.

If you are a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case, MOH recommends conducting a self-test at least five days after contact.

If you've been exposed to the virus, please inform anyone who you were in contact with within that period to curb the spread. Let's continue to fight this together!

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