Despite so, as of writing, MyEG is still featuring the test kits on their website. <small> Cover image via MyEG (edited) </small> "This is fake news! Don't share and spread this false information," said MOH in a post showing the MyEG front page on its Facebook account today, 18 March at 11.30am.
However, MOH did not clarify what part of the test kit was fake news.
SAYS had previously reached out to MyEG as well as MOH for confirmation of the news, but has yet to receive a reply.</p>
Despite so, as of writing, MyEG is still featuring the test kits on their website
The COVID-19 rapid test kit was introduced by MyEG last Friday, 13 March, as a home-based screening kit which can produce results of whether a blood sample was positive or negative for coronavirus under 30 minutes.
They are priced on their website at RM99 per kit or RM990 for a pack of 10 kits and were up for pre-orders, as they were still pending approval from authorities.
This is a developing story. More updates to come.
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