Nearly all in Singapore are on Covid-19 contact tracing programme TraceTogether

About 3,000 users deregistered from the programme last year. — DESMOND WEE/The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: Nearly all the people in Singapore are now on the national Covid-19 contact tracing programme TraceTogether, 21 months after its launch.

A spokesman for the Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO) told The Straits Times on Wednesday (Jan 19) that almost all of Singapore's population above the age of six are on board the programme. It did not provide specific numbers.

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