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COVID-19 treatments may be available to you if you get infected


Know your risk 


Plan when Covid strikes


Go get the treatment you need

Find an Oral Antiviral Clinic around youLoading Learn about the risk of severe COVID-19, so you can
discuss treatment options with your healthcare provider.

Severe COVID-19 means that your symptoms get more serious,
and may lead to hospitalization or even death.


There are many factors that can put you at high risk of developing severe COVID-19 if you get infected. With severe COVID-19, your symptoms can become serious enough to put you in the hospital or may even lead to death.

Symptoms that seem like the beginning of a cold or flu could be signs of COVID-19.

Although symptoms vary from person to person, some of the commonly reported mild to moderate symptoms include:

  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Cough
  • Headache
  • New loss of smell or taste
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fever or chills
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting
Feel different? Use this list to help you recognize COVID-19 symptoms early.

Remember, if you have even one risk factor, you are more likely to develop severe symptoms than someone with no risk factors.

KNOW your risk of having severe COVID-19

You may be at high risk if any of the factors below describe you – so check the ones that apply, and then download or email yourself the completed checklist. This will help you when you speak with your healthcare provider about your COVID-19 treatment options.

Take your risk assessment below.

Risk factors for developing severe COVID-19 include:*

You are consider high risk to develop severe COVID-19 disease. Speak to your healthcare professional for your possible treatment option.

Please select at least one Risk factor for developing severe COVID-19.

If you have any risk factors, speak to your healthcare provider about the possible treatments for symptomatic COVID-19.

*According to the Singapore Ministry of Health’s Guidelines for eligibility criteria.

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PlanEarly testing to confirm COVID-19 can help you plan your next steps. A positive result from any of the approved tests, such as PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) and rapid antigen (at-home), can confirm if you are infected. As soon as you know, you can ask about treatments. So don’t wait – get tested early if you have symptoms. Plan ahead when you suspect that you have COVID-19

It’s time to assess your symptoms, confirm through testing and fill in the COVID-19 preparedness plan form.
As soon as you know that you or a loved one are at high risk of becoming very sick from COVID-19, talk to your healthcare professional about steps you can take in case of an infection. An action plan is key if you test positive or are feeling COVID-19 symptoms. When you’re prepared, you can act fast.

Let’s get your plan in order
This form can act as a handy checklist if you get COVID-19. Fill it out now and use it to discuss with your healthcare professional whether a prescription for a COVID-19 treatment may be right for you.

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Your healthcare provider can help as soon as you have a positive COVID-19 test. Don’t wait until your symptoms get more severe before you seek medical advice and attention.

COVID-19 Oral Antiviral (OAV) is now available fully subsidized at Oral Antiviral (OAV) Clinics.

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The information is for educational purpose only. The content in this website cannot be used in place of a consultation with a medical professional nor as a basis of self-diagnosis or for treatment decision. Only your doctor can provide you with accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.