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Stamp & Go to help Malaysian business on Contact Tracing during CMCO

As the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is extended to 9th June which is announced by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, most Malaysian companies are allowed to resume their operation. However, the government requires all companies to perform contact tracing to keep track on each individual which enter to their premise. This will be difficult for most SME companies as they can’t don’t have the resources to perform.

If you’re one of the business owner in Malaysia that has resume operation, then you should check out the Stamp & Go. Stamp & Go is a contactless web-based solution which enables businesses to record the information of each person entering their premises to effectively track and trace movements, in the event of a new COVID-19 transmission. Best of all, it is totally free to use. This web-based solution was provided by HealthMetrics in collaboration with InfinitiLab.

How to use Stamp & Go

To use the Stamp & Go, companies simply have to create their account and a QR code will be generated instantly. To make things even more convenient, Stamp & Go users can utilize any available QR Code scanner on their smartphones, such as QR Scanner or WeChat, to scan the QR code displayed by businesses at their premises.   

For those concerned about misused or mishandling of personal information, Stamp & Go ensures privacy protection by masking all personal data. Businesses will only be able to access recorded timestamps to ensure that each person who enters their individual premises are registered and all data will only be stored up to 60 days from the day of their visit. However, as part of the CMCO guidelines, the personal information will only be shared with health authorities should they require it to contact and trace potential COVID-19 cases. 

Should you have further inquiries on the solution, please reach out to  contact.us@stampngo.cc. Alternatively, you can head over here to get more FAQs about Stamp & Go.

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