KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10 — People do not need to check in manually or with the MySejahtera app to fill up at fuel pumps with card transactions, or cash payments through a window at the counter.
Senior Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said only individuals who enter shops at petrol stations, whether to purchase petrol or diesel, other items, or to withdraw money at the ATM, need to scan their MySejahtera Covid-19 contact tracing app or record their contact details manually.
He added that the National Security Council’s (NSC) meeting today drew up standard operating procedures (SOPs) at petrol stations after a man was reportedly fined RM1,000 for not checking in on MySejahtera before filling up at a petrol station.
“Individuals who stop at petrol stations to pump air into their vehicle tyres also do not need to register on MySejahtera or manually,” Ismail Sabri told a press conference today.
Those who send their cars for auto car washes also do not need to check in on MySejahtera or through the manual method if they make payments through a window at the counter, whereas people who use manual car washes are required to check in at the premise.
People are required to scan their MySejahtera app or check in manually if they use the surau or toilet at petrol stations. Individuals who send their cars for repair at workshops beside petrol stations are also mandated to check in at the premises.