The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many structural and societal changes in countries around the world. Lockdowns have forced people and organisations to adapt to new ways of working, which has resulted in increased instances of remote collaboration now than previously experienced by organisations globally. Singapore's response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been considered globally as a textbook example of how a country should respond in a pandemic situation.
DSpark analysed the past 14 months' of data regarding Singaporeans' movements during the pandemic and have collated it into a report to better understand how the travel patterns and travel preferences of Singaporeans changed since the start of the pandemic.
To download the report, click here.