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What To Do If You Test Positive For Covid-19 On An Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Self-Swab

Yes, the new normal is confusing, but we're here to help.

What To Do If You Test Positive For Covid-19 On An Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Self-Swab

You could have taken an antigen rapid test (ART) as part of your work requirements, or maybe you’re simply doing regular tests on yourself at home for a peace of mind. Either way, stepped up testing is the new normal in Singapore, especially as number of cases have spiked in recent weeks.

Then there's the dreaded question: What happens if your test result comes out positive? What next?

Your next step depends on whether you’re displaying symptoms or not – we’re talking acute respiratory infection symptoms such as fever, cough, flu, runny nose or loss of taste or smell.

From there, you’ll be able to determine, with the help of this handy guide, what you should do next.

Read on to find out what to do after you test positive for Covid-19 on a self-swab ART test in Singapore:

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