A Recovery HealthCert is available to individuals who tested positive for COVID-19. They must be tested positive via a professionally administered or supervised test at a recognised healthcare provider or test centre in Singapore.
If you tested positive on a self-administered ART, you will be unable to obtain a Recovery HealthCert as the test result is not recorded in the Ministry of Health’s databases.
The validity of a Recovery HealthCert is based on the time of issuance of the COVID-19 positive test result. It is invalid and cannot be generated once more than 180 days have passed. For example, receiving the positive test result on 10 January 2023 means it will no longer be valid after 9 July 2023.
You may view the table below if you meet the requirements for a recovery certificate. Recovery HealthCerts are not issued for tests performed overseas.
For Singpass users, including Long-term Pass Holders
Singpass users can obtain their Recovery HealthCerts by logging into the Notαrise portal using their Singpass app or Singpass credentials. Upon successful application, the digital Recovery HealthCert will be sent to your email and Singpass app in approximately 15 minutes.
If you do not have a Singpass account, you can register for a Singpass account should you be eligible. You will be able to access the relevant test records the day after creation of your Singpass account.
Note: If your long-term pass expired on 17 February 2022 or after, you may still generate your Recovery HealthCert using your Singpass credentials for 3 months after pass expiry.
For users who are not eligible or unable to use Singpass
If you are not eligible for a Singpass account, or if your Singpass account has expired, you may obtain your Recovery HealthCert from Notαrise using Passport Login if your test results were recorded in MOH databases and tagged to your passport number.