Putrajaya will end the contact tracing system if the Covid-19 situation does not deteriorate after April 1, said Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
Speaking to reporters in Putrajaya, Khairy said his ministry will have to study the impact of the reopening of borders and relaxing of Covid-19 protocols.
This process, said Khairy, will take a few weeks.
“If there are no significant changes, then we can stop (contact tracing),” Khairy was quoted as saying.
He also said that individuals who will lose their “fully vaccinated” status on April 1 will still be allowed to partake in all activities without any restrictions.
He added that details of their two primary-dose vaccination will remain in the MySejahtera mobile app, which give them to access all places.
“They can still perform the same activities fully vaccinated individuals are permitted to do, such as dine-ins at restaurants, as well as entering shopping malls, workplaces and places of worship.
“Accordingly, premises owners need to ensure that only customers or visitors who have at least completed the primary-dose vaccination are allowed to enter the business premises, houses of worship and other places,” Khairy said.