Influenza vaccination for
NH2022-23 is now
Appointment is not required. Please inform our counter staff that you wish to
receive the vaccination at the time of registration.
Vaccination is not possible if you are unwell
with a fever or on certain medication. Please check with your doctor if unsure.
Protection against influenza starts about 2
weeks after vaccination. You should be vaccinated not less than 2 weeks before
intended date of travel. Those in High Risk category (see below) are advised to
be vaccinated against the seasonal influenza
viruses at least once a year.
- Persons aged 65 years or older;
- Adults and children who have chronic
disorders of the pulmonary or cardiovascular systems, including asthma;
- Adults and children who have required
regular medical follow-up or hospitalisation during the preceding year because
of metabolic diseases (including diabetes mellitus), renal dysfunction,
haemoglobinopathies or immunosuppression (including those caused by medication
or by the HIV virus);
- Children and teenagers aged 6 months to 18
years who are receiving long-term aspirin therapy
- Women who will be in the second or third
trimester of pregnancy during the influenza season.
SUBSIDISED VACCINATION is now
available for Singapore Citizens who qualify under the National Adult
Immunisation Schedule (NAIS).
Please call us at 65-64566582 or
email us if you require more information.