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Another reminder to install TraceTogether:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 23 Mar]

TraceTogether
Community-driven contact tracing
https://TraceTogether.gov.sg

App helps contact tracers determine if you have been exposed to virus, even between strangers

🛡 TraceTogether helps protect:
* Yourself – allow contact tracers to reach you sooner
* Family – minimise spread to others
* Community – help Singapore stop COVID-19

📲 Download & help others install
https://go.gov.sg/tt-setup

App does not collect location data. Data is stored encrypted on phone – sent to MOH only for contact tracing, upon user consent.

Keep OS updated to use Bluetooth safely

👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Share app with friends/family
We appreciate your patience during this high sign-up period
>500,000 have joined the TraceTogether community since Friday 20 March evening

If you are contact traced
– Call MOH at 6325-9220 to verify authenticity of caller if you are unsure
– Contact tracers will only provide code/PIN when asking you to submit TraceTogether data (by phone/in-person)

Updates on confirmed and discharged cases:

[Sent by Gov.sg]

COVID-19: 23 Mar Update

New imported cases: 48 [47 S’pore residents & long-term pass holders, 1 visitor; travelled from Europe, N.America and ASEAN]

New local cases : 6 [all currently unlinked]

Total cases in Singapore: 509
Discharged today: 8
Total discharged: 152
Total remaining in Hospital: 355

Most in hospital stable or improving. 15 in ICU.
go.gov.sg/moh23mar

With more cases in SG, everyone needs to take Safe Distancing seriously
Protect yourself & your loved ones today ❤
👨↔👩 Maintain at least 1m distance between yourself and others
🏠 Stay at home if there’s no need to go out
👩‍💻👨‍💻 Work from home where possible
🚫🤝 Don’t shake hands
🧼🖐 Maintain good personal hygiene

go.gov.sg/safedistance

Stay safe and stay healthy everyone!

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