1. 员工请选择AVIVA指定全科医生诊所名单中的一家前往，这些诊所都参与了拭子检测计划(SASH), 当你需要进行拭子检测时可以免于在多家诊所间辗转。参与SASH计划的全科诊所名单如下：phpc.gov.sg
2. 学生请前往 Fullerton Group 指定的任意一家全科医生诊所，加入南洋理工学生医疗计划。然后更具需要转去相应的SASH诊所。学生医疗计划诊所名单如下：
3. 在其他诊所，医生会建议你去SASH计划下的综合诊所或公共卫生防范诊所（PHPC）做COVID-19拭子测试, 或前往健康建设委员会设立的区域检查中心。
4. 教师、教职员和学生须告知医生您来自NTU，医生会要求你出示身份证明来安排检测。除了你的个人身份证明（如NRIC或Work Pass）外，还需要携带你的工作人员通行证（staff pass），或你的学生入学证（student matriculation card）。
5. 被送去进行检测的员工和学生将获得医生开具的Medical Leave。拭子测试无需付费。
6. 等待COVID-19拭子测试结果的工作人员和学生不得进入校园，也不得参加任何面授课程。请留在家中（或Hall rooms内），尽量自我隔离，保持良好的个人卫生，并注意自己的健康状况。此外，你还必须保持可联系的状态。大部分结果会在3个工作日内出来，结果出来后医生会联系你。
1. 你收到COVID-19检测结果通知后，须尽快通过电子邮件[email protected] 或电话 6513-2736 / 6790-5200将检测结果告知学校。
Dear Students and Colleagues,
As part of national measures for the early detection of COVID-19 cases in order to contain any potential community spread, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on 8 June that all students and employees of institutes of higher learning (IHLs) who are unwell with Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) symptoms such as cough, sore throat, and runny nose, will be prioritised for COVID-19 testing.
COVID-19 testing will be a key enabler of the government’s overall efforts to safely re-open after the circuit breaker. It complements the other safe management measures that have been put in place to safeguard the wellbeing and safety of students and employees.
If you are unwell with respiratory symptoms:
Employees are to visit a general practitioner (GP) clinic from the list of panel GP clinics by AVIVA that is participating in the Swab-and-Send-Home (SASH) initiative, so as to avoid potentially having to visit multiple clinics should a swab be required. A list of GP clinics under the SASH initiative can be found at the following website: phpc.gov.sg.
Students are to visit one of the selected GP clinics under Fullerton Group so that they will be covered under NTU’s Medical Scheme for students. They will then be referred to a SASH clinic where necessary. For a list of clinics on the Medical Scheme, please visit this NTU web page.
Please note that the Fullerton Clinic on the NTU campus is presently still pending approval from the Ministry of Health to be a designated SASH clinic. They are currently not yet designated as a SASH clinic.
If you are diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Infection:
Students and employees who are diagnosed with ARI will be prioritised for COVID-19 testing.
Those who visit a clinic under the Swab-and-Send-Home (SASH) scheme will undergo the COVID-19 swab test at the same clinic.
For all other clinics, the doctor will refer you to undergo the COVID-19 swab test at a polyclinic or Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) participating in the SASH initiative, or Regional Screening Centre set up by the Health Promotion Board.
Faculty, staff and students must inform the doctor that you are from NTU, and doctors will require proof of identity to make the arrangements for the test. In addition to your personal identification, e.g. NRIC or Work Pass, please note that you are required to bring along your staff pass, or your student matriculation card.
Staff and students who have been sent for testing will be covered by the Medical Leave issued by the doctor. No payment will be required for the swab test.
Staff and students who are awaiting your COVID-19 swab test results must not come to campus nor attend any face-to-face classes. Please remain at home (or in your Hall rooms), self-isolate as much as possible, observe good personal hygiene, and monitor your health. You must also remain contactable. Most results will be available within 3 working days, and the doctor will contact you about the results.
If you undergo testing for COVID-19:
Once you have been notified of your COVID-19 test results, you must immediately notify the University of the test results by email ([email protected]), or phone (Tel: 6513-2736, or 24-hour Security Hotline: 6790-5200 after office hours).
The University will advise you of any next steps once you have provided the relevant details.
Individuals who are deemed to be close contacts of an NTU student or employee who has tested positive for COVID-19 will be contacted directly by MOH. If there is a confirmed case that poses a risk of exposure to members of the NTU community, the University will notify those who may be at risk.
If you should become aware of the identity of a confirmed case, we urge you to please respect their privacy so they can focus completely on their personal health and recovery.
As we move into Phase 2 of the circuit breaker, we will need to step up our efforts as a responsible community to ensure our safety and health, and that of those around us. Please see a doctor immediately if you are unwell, especially if you experience respiratory discomfort and symptoms.
For the latest information, visit NTU’s Intranet page, as well as the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education websites.
Deputy President and Provost
Tan Aik Na
Senior Vice President (Administration)