- Category 1 and 2A (asymptomatic or with mild symptoms) does not need to go to the COVID-19 Assessment Centre (CAC). Quarantine at home.
- Report your health condition twice per day via Health Assesstment Tool (HAT) on MySejahtera.
- Category 2B and above, high-risk groups such as senior citizens aged 60 and above, people with comorbidities, pregnant women and those who are partially or not vaccinated are required to go to the CAC.
- If symptoms worsen, please go to the CAC or any health facility nearby.
Quarantine period for positive cases
COVID-19 positive cases must quarantine for 7 days from the day they received the positive test result, regardless of vaccination status.
How to safely quarantine at home?
As a positive case
As a family member of the same household
Steps to report COVID-19 self-test result on MySejahtera
Steps to report close contacts
Test and release procedure
COVID-19 positive cases have the option to end quarantine earlier if their supervised RTK-Ag test result on Day-4 is negative. This test can be done at the nearest health facility or virtually.
This RTK-Ag test can also be done on Day-5 or 6 for the purpose of early release from quarantine.
If tested positive, they must continue to quarantine until Day-7. No other test needed after completion of quarantine.
Updated on 1 May 2022