How To Do Rapid Antigen Tests

15 Jun.,2022

Wash your hands before and after the test. Find a clean, well-ventilated spot to do the test. Clear up non-essential items around you. Keep a distance of at least 2 metres from other people.

 

Rapid Antigen Tests

 

How To Do Rapid Antigen Tests

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How to do an RAT?

You can do the test yourself and it is easy to perform.

 

How To Do Rapid Antigen Tests

How To Do Rapid Antigen Tests

 

Personal hygiene

Wash your hands before and after the test. Find a clean, well-ventilated spot to do the test. Clear up non-essential items around you. Keep a distance of at least 2 metres from other people. If the surrounding environment is contaminated, disinfect with 1-in-49 diluted bleach. For metallic surfaces, use 70% alcohol to disinfect.

 

Record the result

Take a photo of the result if you are undergoing "StayHomeSafe" or are tested positive. The photo is needed for reporting.

 

How to read the test?

The presentation of test results vary between brands. Please refer to the user guide of each brand.

 

What if the test result is positive?

If you are tested positive, please take all necessary steps to avoid further spreading the virus.

Stay home, avoid going out. If the home environment allows, please stay in your own room and keep the door closed. No one else should be allowed to enter the room. If you have to leave the room, please wear a well-fitted surgical mask properly. At all times, take personal protective measures.

 

What if the test result is negative?

You are likely not infected. However, RAT - Rapid Antigen Test has its limitations in terms of sensitivity. A single negative RAT result cannot preclude the possibility that you have been infected but are in the period of incubation, or that you are at an early stage of infection. Please remain vigilant and take all anti-epidemic measures. If you have symptoms or high exposure risk, continue to get tested repeatedly within a short period of time and closely monitor your health conditions.