SINGAPORE – More than 400,000 TraceTogether tokens have been collected to date, putting Singapore at the 50 per cent mark for digital contact tracing participation among its populace.
The Singapore Government will also ramp up the supply and distribution of the TraceTogether token to make sure that everyone who wants one will be able to get one ahead of end-December if they do not want to use the app, the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group told The Sunday Times.
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