Man Fined RM 10000 For Not Using MySejahtera App
A Man Fined RM 10000 For Not Using MySejahtera App at a Motto Kitchen in Bukit Jalil yesterday. The story went viral on Facebook about the RM 10000 fine and we manage to ask the café involved in the story before we posted this story.
We manage to message the café involved about incident and it really happened on 11 March 2021. The truth is the man didn’t have MySejahtera App so he scanned the QR Code using his phone. He showed the evidence to the officers and the officers asked him to appeal at Health District Office (as reported by SinChew).
Please take note that everyone must use MySejahtera App where there is Internet connection and you can read it at: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2021/02/09/mysejahtera-use-compulsory-in-areas-with-internet-connectivity-says-ismail-sabri
We messaged the café and they didn’t get the RM 50000 fine and they followed the SOP (standard operating procedure) by KKM.
The Motto Kitchen is the name of the company that owned the café in Bukit Jalil. They didn’t want us to name their café worried about bad publicity. We respect their decision.
It is true that Man Fined RM 10000 For Not Using MySejahtera App and the truth is the café didn’t get fined RM 50000 as reported by Facebook post.
Since someone got fined RM 10000 for not having MySejahtera App, please download the app now and use it to scan QR when you are outside. Remember to register for COVID-19 for vaccination using MySejahtera App too, read it at https://www.placesandfoods.com/2021/02/update-mysejahtera-app-for-covid-19-vaccine-registration.html
Before we posted this, SinChew has posted the story in Chinese and you can read it at https://www.sinchew.com.my/content/content_2441298.html