MoH introduces QR Codes for accessing health information

The Ministry of Health has announced that the QR Code system can be used to access more information about the health system, enabling people to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

 

The Centre for Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases, under the Department of Public Health, is promoting health awareness through pamphlets and posters. These materials educate the public about the risk factors for non-communicable diseases and how to live healthily.

 

Twenty-one pamphlets and three posters have been made available via QR Codes. The public can read these materials on the Ministry of Health’s webpage by scanning the QR Codes with the QR Scanner or Camera on their mobile phones. – TWA/TKO

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