How To Use Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Kit
Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Kit Instructional Video Guide
Our Standard Q COVID-19 Ag Home Test kits do not require a skilled professional or equipment to interpret the test results. It is a simple and easy to use Antigen Rapid Test (ART) kit that produces fast results within just only 15 minutes.
Learn how to use our COVID-19 ART kit by watching our video guide below available in English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil languages.
Step 1: Test Procedure
Step 2: Interpretation of Test Result
Download The Instructions For Use Here:
What Does My Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Results Mean?
Even if you test negative, please stay vigilant.
Do continue to observe safe distancing measures and practice good personal hygiene such as regular handwashing and wearing a mask when leaving your home. Continue to monitor your health and test yourself where necessary.
You may be infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Please take a photograph of your ART test results with your identification document (e.g. NRIC/passport) in the same photo immediately and visit a Swab and Send Home (SASH) clinic for a confirmatory Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test.
The list of SASH clinics may be found at phpc.gov.sg. Bring (1) the photo of your results + ID together and (2) your physical ID (NRIC/Passport) to the clinic. If you are assessed by the doctor to meet the swabbing criteria, the cost of the confirmatory PCR test will be fully covered by the government.
An invalid test may mean that the test was not performed correctly. You must perform a second ART test immediately.
If your second ART test is still invalid, please take a photo of the test result(s) with your identification document (ID) in the same photo and visit a SASH clinic immediately for a confirmatory PCR test. The list of SASH clinics may be found at phpc.gov.sg. Please bring (1) the photo of your results + ID together and (2) your physical ID (NRIC/Passport) to the clinic.
All COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test (ART) kits are meant for initial self test or screening and should not be the sole basis for diagnosis.
It does NOT determine if you had COVID-19 in the past or if you have immunity. Confirmatory testing is required.