Singapore rolls out voluntary Wuhan virus contact-tracing devices

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by DCG

Singapore has a population of 5.7 million. They have had 57,627 cases of Wuhan virus with 27 deaths.

You do the math.

Yet apparently these numbers are so frightening that the government feels the need to disperse devices to track your movement. All in the name of helping to “curb the spread” of Wuhan virus. Kinda sounds like “flatten the curve,” no?

But rest assured, this device doesn’t actually track your “exact” location.

Also, data on the device is “deleted” after 25 days. Yeah, riiiiiiiiight.

Check out this video:

Read the Bloomberg article on this tracing device here.

That would be a hard pass for me on volunteering for a tracing device.


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