Earlier this month, it was announced that that the TraceTogether token or app for SafeEntry will be made mandatory for a lot of public places in Singapore by Dec. 2020.
There has been “high demand” for these tokens.
Starting October 27, members of the public should only collect the Tokens from their own constituency CCs.
You can click on this link to find out where is your designated collection point.
The public is urged to wait for the collection exercise to start in their respective constituency.
According to a media release, TraceTogether-only SafeEntry will only be enforced after everyone who needs a Token has had a chance to collect one.
You can use either the token or the app once TraceTogether-only SafeEntry is enforced. Both the token and the app records close contact data, which complements SafeEntry data recording by scanning QR codes before you enter certain places.
More details on the opening schedules of collection centres will be released later.
Image courtesy of Zheng Rong and Guan Zhen.