Since 2020, the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Singapore has rolled out a COVID-19 vaccination programme to protect Singaporeans against the COVID-19 global pandemic.
There is a risk of serious, life-threatening disease and death from COVID-19 infections, especially in the elderly and other vulnerable groups. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 can help lower the risk of transmission and keep our healthcare system from being overwhelmed.
At Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, we support the nation’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts by offering the Sinopharm vaccine at our Parkway Shenton clinics. The vaccine is priced at S$49.50 per dose, inclusive of GST.
Book your appointment for the Sinopharm vaccine
To make an appointment, click on ‘Start’ to proceed to parkwaydigihealth.com.
MOH recommends individuals to take an mRNA vaccine whenever possible.
You may choose to receive the Sinopharm vaccine as part of your primary series vaccination or as a booster dose.
Based on MOH’s advisory, individuals who receive the Sinopharm vaccine under the Special Access Route (SAR) are advised to receive a third dose of vaccine to complete their primary series of vaccination against COVID-19.
The first 2 doses are administered with an interval of 3 – 4 weeks. The third dose should be taken 90 days after the second dose.
You will be considered fully vaccinated only after receiving all 3 doses of the Sinopharm vaccine.
If you are unsure of how many doses you require, please book 1 booster dose first and consult our Parkway Shenton doctors for further advice.
For more details on the dosage guidelines for vaccinated individuals, please refer to the FAQs below.
Eligibility for the Sinopharm vaccine
To be eligible for the Sinopharm vaccine, you will need to fulfil the following requirements:
- Aged 18 years and above
- Do not have uncontrolled epilepsy or other progressive nervous system diseases, nor a history of Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Do not have any known allergies (including anaphylaxis) to any components of the vaccine
- No allergic reactions to vaccines previously
If you are expecting, please consult your obstetrician to assess your suitability for the vaccine.
The contents on this page were based on existing data and information shared by health authorities and IHH Healthcare Singapore experts as of November 2021. For the latest news and updates on COVID-19 and vaccines in Singapore, please visit www.gov.sg.