COVID-19 Protocol and Advisory – 23 July 2021
[23 July 2021] Health Risk Warning (HRW) or Health Risk Alert (HRA)
All visitors to the Anonymous Testing Service (ATS) or Mobile Testing Service (MTS) are required to declare if they or a household contact have a Health Risk Warning (HRW)* or Health Risk Alert (HRA)** issued by the Ministry of Health Singapore. If yes, they are required to postpone their upcoming visit to the ATS or MTS until the end of their stipulated period and until they have a negative COVID-19 test result.
*Persons identified to be a casual contact of a COVID-19 case, or have visited specific higher-risk hotspots on the same day as a COVID-19 case may be put under HRW. Under the HRW, you are required to comply to testing requirements (i.e. polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and one self-administered antigen rapid test (ART)). You must self-isolate until you receive a negative result for the first PCR test upon notification of your HRW status. This is to prevent the potential spread of the disease should you be infected. Please monitor your own health and see a doctor promptly should you feel unwell.
**Persons identified to have visited hotspot areas or their vicinity may be placed under HRA. For the duration of the HRA, you may continue with your daily activities as usual, but you should limit social interactions with others as an added precaution. Please monitor your own health and see a doctor promptly should you feel unwell.
[17 May 2021] TraceTogether
SafeEntry will be mandatory at all healthcare institutions from 17 May 2021.
For SafeEntry check-in at ATS or MTS:
1. Present your TraceTogether token, or
2. Check-in via the TraceTogether app
[4 May 2021]
All visitors to the Anonymous Testing Service (ATS) or Mobile Testing Service (MTS) are required to declare if they or a household contact have visited Tan Tock Seng Hospital on or after 18 April 2021. If yes, they are required to postpone their upcoming visit to the ATS or MTS for a period of 4 weeks.
Please re-book your appointment after 16 May 2021.
[19 November 2020] Appointment System for Clinic
- Appointment booking is highly recommended to avoid disappointment as the clinic has limited crowd capacity as part of safe distancing measures
- Clients are to wear their own mask before entering the clinic
- Standard precautionary measures are in place
All clients and visitors are required to check in and out starting today.