[Updated on 9 Oct 2021. With effect from 11 Oct 2021.]
This info is for individuals who are
Caregivers to vulnerable persons including young children, elderly or people with disabilities
Have received an SMS from MOH that their care recipient has been issued a Health Risk Warning (HRW) for 7 day ART monitoring.
- Acknowledge the HRW by clicking on this link.
- Your care recipient is legally required to self-isolate immediately and do an ART using a self-test kit within 24 hours.
- You can help your care recipient submit his/her results at this link. Only the first ART result needs to be submitted online.
What to expect
Your care recipient should minimise contact with other household members. The rest of the household who are not on HRW are free to carry out their normal activities.
- Your care recipient should stay home as much as possible. However, if your care recipient needs to leave the home, he/she must do an ART self-test once a day before leaving home during the 7-day HRW period.
- If your care recipient tests ART negative, he/she can leave home for essential activities. Do minimise unnecessary social interactions. He/she must still complete the 7 day monitoring period.
- If your care recipient tests ART positive, please refer to this page.
You can collect ART kits on behalf of your care recipient from a nearby ART vending machine. For locations of the vending machines, click here.
- If your care recipient develops symptoms: Go to a Swab and Send Home (SASH) clinic, where the doctor will assess and advise on the next steps.
What to do in upcoming days
- Your care recipient should a final ART self-test.
- If he/she tests ART negative, he/she may resume normal activities.
- If he/she tests ART positive, please refer to this page.
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