Home-based health screenings on the rise in Singapore

Clinics that conduct health screenings on-site say traffic at physical locations has fallen and requests for home-based health screenings have increased. PHOTO: HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAMME
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SINGAPORE - Some working professionals are opting to have their annual health screenings done at home, citing convenience and a wish to minimise visits to clinics and medical centres during the pandemic.

Entrepreneur Savina Chai, 27, has been going to a clinic for her yearly health screening since she turned 24. But, concerned about rising Covid-19 cases, she decided to have her health screening done at home this year.

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