Singapore residents are finally getting the TraceTogether token from this month after the first batch was released to vulnerable seniors in June. Do note that you will need to check the website to know the collection date.
The TraceTogether distribution will start from areas with high density of seniors. Here is a list of areas where the TraceTogether token collection starts from 14th September 2020.
List of CCs in Jalan Besar Region (from 14 September)
- Geylang West Community Club
- Jalan Besar Community Club
- Kampong Glam Community Club
- Kallang Community Club
- Kim Seng Community Centre
- Kolam Ayer Community Club
- Kreta Ayer Community Centre
- Whampoa Community Club
- Potong Pasir Community Club
List of CCs in Tanjong Pagar Region (from 14 September)
- Bukit Merah Community Centre
- Buona Vista Community Club
- Cairnhill Community Club
- Henderson Community Club
- Leng Kee Community Centre
- Pek Kio Community Centre
- Queenstown Community Centre
- Radin Mas Community Club
- Tanglin Community Club
- Tanjong Pagar Community Club
- Tiong Bahru Community Centre
If you need to know the exact location to collect the token, go to this website and key in your postal code.
Here are the rest of the distribution areas and their tentative dates.
Tentative Dates Distribution Areas
- Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Toa Payoh
- Aljunied, Bedok, East Coast, Hougang, Marine Parade,
- Sengkang, Tampines
- Clementi, Jurong, Queenstown, West Coast
- Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Bukit Timah, Chua Chu Kang,
- Holland, Marsiling, Nee Soon, Sembawang, Yew Tee
- Pasir Ris, Punggol
BTW, there is no need to rush to get this token if you already have the TraceTogether app. They are similar and the main purpose is to trace your steps if you or someone near you is infected with COVID-19.