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COVID-19 Vaccination


The national COVID-19 vaccination programme seeks to protect Singaporeans against COVID-19, as well as to protect businesses and jobs through the progressive re-opening of Singapore. There is a risk of serious, life-threatening disease and death from COVID-19 infection, especially in the elderly and other vulnerable groups (eg. Persons with pre-existing conditions). Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is one way to prevent the disease, minimise the risk of transmission and prevent our healthcare system from being overwhelmed.

Vaccination is free for all Singaporeans and long-term residents.

Please refer below for more information.

​Frequently Asked Questions (For NTFGH Outpatients)
Frequently Asked Questions (For Public)

Please visit the the Ministry of Health (MOH) website for more information and more Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme in Singapore.

COVID-19 Vaccination Resources and Updates

To get the latest updates on the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme in Singapore, please visit the Vaccination page and the Ministry of Health (MOH) website.

Some useful resources from MOH are available for download and viewing below.

Here is what the experts have to say

Hear experts answer frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccination here.

Click on any of the relevant languages below to watch videos from's COVID-19 Vaccination Video playlist:

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