The city administration has appointed dedicated teams for five zones to conduct a follow-up with people under home quarantine daily.
The world-first personalised nutrition wearable is being developed by a Melbourne-based start-up. It painlessly measures key dietary biomarkers and sends the information to an app, enabling users to precisely track how their bodies respond to different foods.
The Australian government emphasized that the app data will be used only by health officials. It clarified the data will not be accessible to the police or other state or federal agencies.
The app is designed to help the authorities in tracing and analysing users’ movement nationwide to contain the spread of the pandemic.
While the app was developed for asthma patients, heavy smokers, those who work at construction sites and other dusty environments, during the Covid-19 pandemic, others can use it to test the strength of their lungs as well.
As with many other government agencies in Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board has launched a set of initiatives to support the sector during this difficult time and also to help position businesses better for recovery.