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National Steps Challenge™

Here’s everything you need to know about the programme.

Keep track of your health and your fitness goals with the HPB fitness tracker.


Check your HPB fitness tracker collection eligibility by following these simple steps:
Check Eligibility

Step 1: Check Eligibility

You are eligible if you:
*Exception criteria apply. Please refer to FAQ for details.
Download or launch the Healthy 365 app

Step 2: Download or launch the latest version of Healthy 365 app

Book an appointment

Step 3: Book an appointment

Make an appointment to collect your HPB fitness tracker at your preferred location via the Healthy 365 app. Check out our guide on how-to book an appointment here.
  • If you are eligible to collect a HPB fitness tracker, you will be redirected to the booking page.

  • If you are not eligible to collect a HPB fitness tracker, you cannot proceed further. If you would like to exchange a faulty fitness tracker, please go back to the previous page and tap on “Exchange a HPB fitness tracker” button
HPB fitness trackers are available for collection, make an appointment via the Healthy 365 app.
Check out our guide on how-to book an appointment here.

NOTE: HPB fitness tracker collections are strictly by appointment only. As appointment slots and collection points are dependent on stock availability, please refer to the Healthy 365 app for the most updated list of collection points.
Date / Time Venue
12 - 13 Feb 2020
11.00am to 2.00pm
Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate
Blk 3004 Ubi Scene 3 #01-24, near eating house
18 Feb 2020
11.00am to 2.00pm
In front of management office
21 Feb 2020
11.00am to 2.00pm
313 Somerset
Level 1 space opposite Privé along Discovery Walk
22 - 23 Feb 2020
12.00am to 8.00pm
Date / Time Venue
25 - 27 Oct 2019
11.00am to 7.30pm
Kampung AdmiraltyHard Court beside Yew Tee MRT station
1 - 3 Nov 2019
11.00am to 7.30pm
Redhill Square (Open space between Blk 79 and Blk 85 Redhill Lane)Hougang Central Hub (next to Hougang Mall)
8 - 10 Nov 2019
11.00am to 7.30pm
Open space outside Hillion MallThe Frontier Plaza @ Pioneer
15 - 17 Nov 2019
11.00am to 7.30pm
ID Card

i. If you are unable to collect your HPB fitness tracker in person, you may authorise someone to collect it on your behalf. A soft copy or photocopy of your NRIC, and the appointment QR code or confirmation email, must be presented for verification during collection.
Maximum of 3 HPB fitness tracker

ii. Each person may collect a maximum of 3 HPB fitness trackers (including their own). Note that valid appointments are required for all 3 collections.

iii. Collection of HPB fitness tracker is strictly by appointment only, and while stocks last.
Book an appointment via the Healthy 365 app. Click here for a step-by-step guide.


Understanding Blood Oxygen (SpO2)

Blood Oxygen (SpO2) is a measure of oxygen saturation. It indicates the oxygen level that is present in the blood.

What is the normal range of SpO2?

95% – 100%
Healthy range
Some people may have lower oxygen levels
Low oxygen level
Consult a doctor if you are concerned on your readings
  • Some people may have lower-than-normal readings, such as smokers or people with pre-existing lung or other medical conditions. HPB fitness tracker readings may also be inaccurate, due to reasons such as trembling or shaking hands, incorrect positioning of HPB fitness tracker on the wrist or poor skin contact.

Blood Oxygen (SpO2) and COVID-19

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”. Prolonged low oxygen levels may have long-term effects on your health.

How to measure your Blood Oxygen (SpO2) levels?

Step 1: Trigger SpO2 measurement
Tap the touch sensor on the HPB fitness tracker until you see the "Blood Oxygen" screen. Press and hold to trigger the 'Blood Oxygen' measurement.
Step 2: Stay still
Your SpO2 measurement will begin after 3 seconds. Remain seated and still for the measurement.
No reading?
Tap to try again. Ensure that the HPB fitness tracker is worn correctly on the wrist, with the screen facing upwards.
With its light sensor, our new HPB fitness tracker uses the amount of reflected light that has shined through the skin to compute the percentage of oxygen in the blood.

The SpO2 reading on the HPB fitness tracker should not be used for medical purposes. If you are concerned about your readings, please consult a doctor.

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