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Singapore to roll out TraceTogether tokens to public from Sept 14, new SMS service to self-monitor health based on SafeEntry on Sept 10

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie9/9/2020 08:33 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore to roll out TraceTogether tokens to public from Sept 14, new SMS service to self-monitor health based on SafeEntry on Sept 10
Singapore will begin rolling out its TraceTogether tokens to the public from September 14 to enable better contact tracing.
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Singapore will begin rolling out its TraceTogether (TT) tokens to the public from September 14, so as to enable more Singapore residents to be protected by the TT Programme.

The Ministry of Health targets to complete the distribution by November, and will start in the Jalan Besar and Tanjong Pagar regions, where there is a higher concentration of elderly who may have more challenges using the TT App and are more vulnerable to Covid-19.

The TT Token will be available for free for all residents in Singapore, and according to Minister-in-Charge of the Smart Nation Initiative Vivian Balakrishnan, can be for people who do not have a smartphone, or prefer not to use a smartphone app.

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