Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Latest update

As at 12 January 2022 


  • With the COVID-19 Omicron variant fast becoming the dominant variant, there is a need to re-evaluate our control measures, so as to protect the health and well-being of the NUS community. Updates and changes since the last circular (Circular 40/2021) are highlighted in yellow for ease of reference. Read circulars.

  • FET Kits Collection: For greater convenience and easier accessibility to FET test kits, 13 vending machines dispensing FET test kits are installed across Kent Ridge Campus, Bukit Timah Campus (BTC) and Duke-NUS Medical School. The locations of the vending machines are as follows:

    a. Central Forum – opposite Central Library main entrance
    b. Yusof Ishak House – Level 3, opposite OSA office 
    c. Faculty of Science - LT 27 & LT 28 Foyer
    d. UTown ERC – at ERC roundabout (drop-off/pick-up point)
    e. UTown SRC – opposite the gym
    f. Duke-NUS – Level 1, left of staircase
    g. BTC – outside the canteen, next to Octobox unmanned convenience stall.

    Read more.

Moving Towards COVID-19 Resilience 

The deluge of information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) can be overwhelming. How can you continue your student life in this pandemic? We’re here to help.

These pages contain advice and information for NUS students on COVID-19.
NUS is monitoring the latest updates about the virus in Singapore.


Fast & Easy Testing (FET) Programme

fet vending machine

Get QR code

Steps to generate QR code in uNivUS app to collect self-test kit from vending machine

FET kit vending machine location

Vending machines

Locate the 13 FET kit vending machines across campuses

Vaccination declaration

Vaccination status 

Get the step-by-step instructions on how to download your vaccination certificate and upload in uNivUS app

Dos and Donts

Upload results

Tips, correct photos and commonly-made mistakes of photos



Understand why Fast and Easy Testings (FET) are necessary to keep our community safe


Pledge support

As Singapore transits into COVID-19 resilience, we must do our part to protect ourselves and loved ones




A compilation of circulars from various NUS Offices 



Uplifting stories and acts of kindness during this pandemic

7pp website

Wellbeing Matters

Practise these seven tips daily and it will enhance your mental wellbeing and productivity of your student life during the circuit breaker and beyond

Additional Information


The COVID-19 chronicles

NUS-Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine created a series of illustrations on COVID-19 outbreak. Read more.

From official COVID-19 sources, Apps
to videos. Check out these resources.



For the people by the people.
Find out more.


Decide on what your next steps should be, based on the symptoms you are experiencing.