RM50 will be accredited to Malaysians’ e-wallets once they download the MySejahtera app, says Defence Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri.
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At a press conference today, Sabri said the government will credit RM50 to the e-wallets of those who have the MySejahtera app downloaded on their devices.
MySejahtera allows the Ministry of Health to identify and take necessary action to curb Covid-19 as it alerts them of the latest information concerning those who are infected with the virus.
“As announced by the Prime Minister in the message of the National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) yesterday, the sum of RM50 will be credited once the people download the MySejahtera application. This is to encourage people to use this application,” said the Defence Minister.
Be sure to download the app so you can access your shopping money!
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