Get your COVID-19 Vaccination
The COVID-19 vaccines guard against serious illness, reduce the chance of transmission, and lessen the burden on our healthcare system.1
Additional COVID-19 Dose Recommendations For
The Year 2023 & 20242,3
Persons aged 6 months and above may receive an additional dose of COVID-19 (XBB.1.5) vaccine at an interval of around 1 year (minimally 5 months) after their last dose.
Booster doses do not need to be of the same vaccine brand as that received for the primary series.
You can choose between one of the following vaccines:
ONE DOSE OF
ONE DOSE OF
Who should take the updated COVID-19 Vaccine (XBB.1.5)? 2,3
PERSONS AGED 60 YEARS AND ABOVE
PERSONS WHO LIVE IN AGED CARE FACILITIES
PERSONS WHO ARE MEDICALLY VULNERABLE
INDIVIDUALS AGED 6 MONTHS AND ABOVE, IN PARTICULAR, HEALTHCARE WORKERS, AS WELL AS HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS AND CAREGIVERS OF MEDICALLY VULNERABLE INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO GET THEIR UPDATED VACCINES TOO.
Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 are recommended to receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine dose at least 28 days after the infection although an interval of three months from the infection is recommended for better effectiveness.3
Vaccination remains as our first line of defence against COVID-19.
If you are infected, speak to your healthcare providers to find out if oral anti-viral treatments are available for you.
CURRENTLY,FULL SUBSIDIES ON COVID-19 VACCINES AND ORAL ANTIVIRAL TREATMENTS ARE GIVEN TO CLINICALLY ELIGIBLE PATIENTS IN OUTPATIENT CARE (INCLUDING PRIMARY CARE), PUBLIC HOSPITAL AMBULATORY SETTINGS, AND NURSING HOMES IN SINGAPORE.2
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