Volunteer doctors and nurses needed for Home Vaccination Teams. Register and help more seniors get vaccinated sooner.

Vaccination reduces the severity of illness and vaccinated people clear the viruses and recover faster. Home Vaccination Teams (HVT) have been getting more seniors vaccinated. 

If you are a doctor or nurse keen to support HVT, register with the SG Healthcare Corps at shc@moh.gov.sg or call 6325-9220. 

We must protect as many as we can. Everyone can help!

Update to Safe Management Measures from 10 August 2021

The Multi-Ministry Taskforce had earlier announced the reversion to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) from 22 July through18 August to allow us to contain the outbreak of clusters in the community and minimise the risk of our healthcare capacity being overwhelmed while we ramped up our vaccination rates, particularly among seniors. Through the cooperation and efforts of everyone, the situation has stabilised. Infection numbers are stable and more importantly, the number of individuals with severe illnesses and deaths did not rise uncontrollably.

We have also undertaken a mid-point review of the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) measures, and will allow some easing of the measures in two steps. The first will take effect from 10 August and the second from 19 August, if conditions remain stable. Read the details here.

Updates to Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccination

With the international roll-out of COVID-19 vaccination, accrued data has shown that vaccination is safe and can provide protection for immunocompromised persons.

As such, the Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination now recommends that persons who are severely immunocompromised can be vaccinated. Learn more



Protocol for Individuals with Previous COVID-19 Infection

Persons who had been infected with COVID-19 and subsequently recovered can continue to shed non-infectious viral fragments for several months after the initial infection. Their polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests may give a positive result, but they are not infectious.

Find more information here.

Ongoing Community Surveillance for Individuals Who Visited Affected Areas

For Queries, call

1800 333 9999

Check our FAQs for commonly asked information. Beware of phishing and scam calls impersonating MOH officers.

National CARE Hotline

1800 202 6868

If you need emotional or psychological support, please call the National CARE Hotline, or any of the helplines listed here.

For SafeTravel Helpline, call

6812 5555

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