Vaccinations

Nationally-recommended Vaccines

Singapore’s National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS) and the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS) was established to help protect you and your loved ones against important vaccine-preventable infectious diseases.


Under the National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS), the recommended vaccines include HPV (human papillomavirus) for the prevention of cervical cancer, influenza to protect against circulating strains of the virus, hepatitis B and pneumococcal disease.


For children, the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS) covers vaccinations against 12 diseases – tuberculosis, hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliovirus, Haemophilus influenzae type b, measles, mumps, rubella, pneumococcal disease and human papillomavirus. From 1 November 2020, NCIS covers vaccinations against two more diseases including varicella (chickenpox) and influenza. Of these, vaccinations against measles and diphtheria are compulsory for children under the Infectious Diseases Act.


To improve the affordability and accessibility of these vaccines, subsidies for nationally-recommended vaccinations are available at polyclinics and/or CHAS GP clinics for eligible Singapore citizens and permanent residents.

 

Subsidised vaccines for adults and children

With government subsidies, Singaporeans only need to pay the following amounts for the range of nationally-recommended vaccinations at CHAS GP clinics:

  • Eligible Singaporean children: $0
  • Eligible Pioneer Generation cardholders: capped at $9 to $16 per vaccination dose
  • Eligible Merdeka Generation, CHAS Blue and Orange cardholders: capped at $18 to $31 per vaccination dose
  • Other eligible adult Singaporeans: capped at $35 to $63 per vaccination dose
Subsidised vaccines for adults and children

At the polyclinics, adult Singaporeans will receive up to 75% subsidy for NAIS vaccinations. Pioneer Generation and Merdeka Generation seniors will also receive an additional 50% and 25% subsidy from their subsidised vaccination bills respectively. Prices after government subsidies are expected to be similar to that at the CHAS GP clinics. Also, eligible Singaporean children will receive full subsidy for the seven childhood developmental screening milestones, at CHAS GP clinics and polyclinics. Check on your eligibility.

Use of MediSave for Vaccinations

Use of MediSave for Vaccinations

You can use your MediSave account to pay for vaccinations of up to $500 per year*. Speak to your Parkway Shenton doctor to find out if you are eligible.

*subjected to eligibility criteria


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Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu and pneumococcal diseases

During this COVID-19 period, it is important to keep yourself and your loved ones safe and healthy. With the flu and pneumococcal diseases sharing similar symptoms with the COVID-19 infection, the difficulty in distinction may create additional anxiety for you and your loved ones.


While the flu vaccine does not protect you from COVID-19, it can reduce influenza-related illnesses. Influenza or flu, and pneumococcal diseases can cause many serious complications if left untreated.


Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect you and your loved ones against the flu and pneumococcal diseases.

Protect yourself and your loved ones from flu and pneumococcal diseases

More About Vaccinations

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  • Travel vaccinations

  • Influenza vaccination

  • Pneumococcal vaccination

  • Children’s vaccinations

  • HPV vaccination

  • Where can I get vaccinated?

  • Do I still need to take the flu vaccine if I have already taken my COVID-19 jab?