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Not all stores are collection points, please use the search function below to find your nearest collection points.

There is no redemption at Temasek Shophouse.

To collect your free oximeter, bring the Stay Prepared leaflet that will be mailed to your household by July 3. Please ensure the redemption tab is intact before collecting.

Where to Collect

Important: Not all stores are collection centres, please use this search feature to check before heading to collect.

Enter your postal code and find the nearest collection points to you.

The nearest collection points are

Contact Us

1800 738 2000
(9am – 9pm, Monday to Sunday, excluding Public Holidays)

What is an Oximeter?

Temasek Foundation is providing one free oximeter for every Singapore household to enable everyone to monitor their blood oxygen levels regularly.

An oximeter measures blood oxygen levels and pulse rates.

The COVID-19 virus can cause blood oxygen to drop to dangerously low levels, even when you feel well, or have no other symptoms of the virus. This is known as “silent pneumonia”.

If left untreated, the low oxygen levels can damage vital organs, with very serious consequences.

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Low Oxygen during COVID-19

  • COVID-19 can cause blood oxygen levels to drop
  • Even if you feel ok, oxygen levels may drop to dangerously low levels
  • Prolonged low oxygen levels will damage your vital organs
  • Check oxygen levels regularly
95% - 100%
Normal range
Some people may have lower oxygen levels*
*Oximeter readings may be inaccurate if you have trembling hands or are wearing nail varnish. Some people may normally have low oxygen levels, such as smokers, asthmatics or patients with other medical conditions.
Source: World Health Organization (WHO) Pulse Oximetry Training Manual
SpO2
98%
Normal
*Oximeter readings may be inaccurate if you have trembling hands or are wearing nail varnish. Some people may normally have low oxygen levels, such as smokers, asthmatics or patients with other medical conditions.
Source: World Health Organization (WHO) Pulse Oximetry Training Manual

What to Bring

Bring your Stay Prepared leaflet with the redemption tab intact

How to Collect

  • 1 Bring your Stay Prepared leaflet.
    All residential households will have received the leaflet in their letterboxes by 3 July.
    Ensure Redemption tab is intact.
  • 2 Present leaflet to the staff at the collection point.
    Note: Photocopies, digital copies and redemption tabs without barcode fully intact will not be accepted.
  • 3 Staff will tear off and keep the redemption tab as proof of redemption.

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