The site also explains concessions for students taking national exams who are affected by the measures.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has released a new website with guides on dealing with COVID-19 on Monday (Oct 4).
The website will help to answer questions and provide detailed information on what to do if you or your loved ones are tested positive for COVID-19.
Portraying different scenarios, Singaporeans can now overcome their doubts within a few clicks.
Other than providing step-by-step instructions for home recovery, you can also now know what to do if you have been exposed and have not received a health risk SMS.
With the national exams in progress and the rising cases, students can also find out if they are able to sit for the papers or not on the site.
In addition to these, MOH has ensured that the website helps Singaporeans identify scam calls requesting for personal and financial information.
Last week, MOH also published a map showing the places where COVID-19 patients have visited.
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