2020 has certainly been an eventful year.
With Christmas and the New Year on the horizon, many of us are enjoying this December holidays – catching up with friends, visiting extended family and perhaps even heading to Orchard Road for that traditional last-minute Christmas shopping spree.
Even as we unwind, remember to stay vigilant and maintain the good habits we have been practicing.
1. Use SafeEntry and TraceTogether (TT) when you’re out and about
Contact tracing will continue to be essential in our fight against COVID-19.
SafeEntry tracks entry and exit records at venues to identify any COVID-19 clusters. Remember to “Check-in” and “Check-out” when visiting places such as markets and malls.
TT – both the app and token – helps to identify people in close contact with COVID-19 cases and ringfence infections quickly. TT does not collect data about your location, but uses proximity data instead. Read more about TraceTogether here.
Download the TraceTogether app on your mobile device. For those who do not own or prefer not to use a mobile phone, you can collect the token at your constituency’s Community Centres/Clubs.
2. Dine-out, space-out
Looking forward to catching up with friends and family over a meal outside?
Ensure you and your makan kakis:
3. Beat the crowds by doing Christmas shopping online
4. Keep gatherings small and cosy
Planning your Christmas dinner or a New Year countdown celebration?
Continue to stay socially responsible during this holiday season – remember that the health of all depends on each one of us.
From Gov.sg, we would like to wish you and your family a safe and joyful holiday!For more tips on how to stay safe, check out Gov.sg’s How-to series