Some 378,346 individuals registered for the BruHealth app while 8,021 premises registered for the application.
Meanwhile, 4,117 business premises downloaded the PremiseScan app.
This was revealed by Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohammad Isham bin Haji Jaafar at the daily press conference yesterday.
The minister urged all premises to download the PremiseScan app to facilitate QR code scanning for those who do not have access to mobile phone devices.
In the breakdown of businesses and premises that registered for the BruHealth app are 1,603 restaurants, 667 schools, 745 retail shops, 834 offices, 549 government premises, 299 food stalls, 176 gyms, 414 barber/salons, 68 car workshops, 59 shopping malls, 85 health centres and clinics, 49 recreational clubs, 27 places of interest, 53 supermarkets, 28 markets, 15 indoor playgrounds, 11 golf courses, 19 places of worship, seven cinemas, 267 hospital departments, 271 take-outs, 37 taxis, three petrol stations, 103 Dart drivers, six nurseries and daycares, 34 buses as well as 1,007 others.