Time-Limited 8-weeks Rostered Routine Testing (RRT) for workplaces
Please note that the application period (16 Sep – 13 Oct 2021) is over, and application has closed. Firms who have applied and received their ART kits are to commence weekly testing, and are reminded to submit the ART results declaration at the end of each month’s testing cycle (i.e. twice across the 8-weeks period) to the government via this link: https://go.gov.sg/time-limited-rrt-art-results-declaration
Delivery of Kits
Due to high application volumes, delivery might take a longer time during this period. You will receive a delivery notification from the vendor when the kits are ready to be sent out. Please commence weekly testing with immediate effect, upon receipt of the ART kits.
Compliance & Results Declaration
Firms that apply for the ART kits are required to have processes in place to ensure that tests are conducted properly every week for all onsite employees, test results are recorded, and appropriate follow-up protocols are adhered to. These processes will be audited by the government for compliance.
Firms that apply for the ART kits are also required to submit their ART results declaration at the end of each month’s testing cycle (i.e. twice across the 8-weeks period) to the government via this link: https://go.gov.sg/time-limited-rrt-art-results-declaration
The Government shall have the right to claw back the cost of any test kits should any of the information submitted in the application form or results declaration form are found to be untrue, or if any of non-compliance to the testing requirements are found.
For queries about your application, please contact:
More information about ART
Learn more about how to perform a self-test using ART:
To note for the BD Veritor Kits:
- The expiry dates of the BD Veritor kits issued by the government have been extended by 6 months. You may refer to this letter for more information.
- An Analyzer is not required; the test results can be read visually as per the self-test instructions above.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
For general queries, please refer to the FAQs (updated on 12 Oct 2021) for more information.