Updated Apr 14, 2020

COVID-19 Stay-Home Notice (SHN) mobile tracking solution

This SMS and mobile web-based solution allows people to report their locations using GPS and photos. It was developed in response to COVID-19 and used by the Singaporean government for the first level of compliance for those serving out their Stay-Home Notices (SHN).

An SMS and mobile web-based solution allows people serving out their SHN to report their locations using GPS and photos. With thousands of people in Singapore currently on SHN, the government sends automated text messages at various times throughout the day. These individuals are required to confirm their location within one hour using their phone's GPS location service by clicking on a unique ...
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An SMS and mobile web-based solution allows people serving out their SHN to report their locations using GPS and photos. With thousands of people in Singapore currently on SHN, the government sends automated text messages at various times throughout the day. These individuals are required to confirm their location within one hour using their phone's GPS location service by clicking on a unique link in the text message.Launched on 10 February 2020, this has served as the first level of verification of compliance.
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Stage 5: Scaling

The Singaporean Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) has issued more than 7,000 Stay-Home Notices (SHN) with individuals required to prove their whereabouts through photos or via their phone GPS location function.

Focus Areas:

Infectious & Vector Diseases, Communication with Communities and Technology

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Implemented In:

Singapore

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Milestone

Jan 2020
New Country Implemented In
Singapore