Long COVID-19 syndrome refers to residual symptoms that people continue to experience long after recovering from the disease.
The World Health Organisation defines this as a condition that occurs in individuals usually three months from the onset of COVID-19, with symptoms that last for at least two months, and cannot be explained by an alternative diagnosis.
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Step by step video guide on how to use the antigen rapid test (ART) kit.
As Singapore moves towards the new normal of living with COVID-19, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has made significant changes to COVID-19 testing and handling of positive cases. Here is a summary of the new normal.
Do you know the key differences between Sinovac and the other approved mRNA vaccines? Find out how each vaccines works and it’s details.
In Singapore, the Ministry of Health (MOH) approved Sinovac for use as part of the Special Access Route (SAR). While details are still pending on how the public can access it, here are five key things you need to know about this vaccine.
Genetic variants of SARS-CoV-2 have been emerging and circulating around the world throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 6 common questions asked, read on to find out more.
Why should an older person get the COVID vaccine? The global COVID-19 pandemic has affected the whole world infecting over 100 million people and causing 2.5 million deaths as of 27th February 2021. Studies on the pandemic have shown that COVID-19 has a heavy impact on older people.
You might be feeling anxious and having second thoughts on taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is one way to protect ourselves as well as our loved ones. Our Raffles experts share all you need to know before you take your first dose.
As with other established vaccines, in rare instances, a person who receives the vaccine may experience severe allergic reactions. What are some possible side effects of the vaccine? Find out how you can manage them in this article.