What to do if you test positive for COVID-19 in Singapore

If your antigen rapid test (ART) show that you have tested positive for COVID-19, the "socially responsible" thing to do is to isolate yourself from others and do a second test 72 hours later, said Assoc Prof Kenneth Mak, director of medical services at the Ministry of Health on Friday (Sep 17).

Singapore’s Ministry of Health has announced it will roll out 100 vending machines dispensing antigen rapid test (ART) kits from Sep 18. People who received a health risk warning (HRW) or health risk alert (HRA) may collect the self-test kits from the machines to conduct the required swabs.

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