COVID-19 Vaccination Centres
Since January 2021, Raffles Medical Group has been working closely with the Singapore government on its national vaccination programme. The national vaccination programme is an important next phase in our fight against COVID-19, as we protect people and support the progressive re-opening of Singapore.
Raffles Medical Group currently operates 15 vaccination centres across various community clubs and clinics in Singapore as the vaccine is progressively rolled out to all Singaporeans and long term residents. COVID-19 vaccines are vital to protect our loved ones. Please note that all vaccinations are by appointment only as administered by the Ministry of Health (MOH). When it is your turn, MOH will notify you to make an appointment for your COVID-19 vaccination.
Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccinations are currently by appointment only and is progressively being rolled out to all Singaporeans and long term residents. Visit the Ministry of Health (MOH) COVID-19 Vaccination page to view more information on the vaccination programme and make your appointment online.
Locate a vaccination centre near you
For a comprehensive list of locations administering the COVID-19 vaccine, kindly refer to the Ministry of Health (MOH) website here.
How to prepare for your vaccination appointment
Going for your COVID-19 vaccination or bringing someone along? Follow this step-by-step guide so you know what to do on the day of your vaccination appointment.
Register and get your health assessed.
Take a seat in the waiting area
Receive your vaccination.
Rest in the observation area for 30 minutes.
Get discharged and book your second appointment.
What our visitors are saying
Visited the newly set-up vaccination centre at Marsiling CC this afternoon. I spoke to some of our seniors and shared my experience in taking the vaccine. These seniors are amongst the 1500 residents who have visited the vaccination centre at Marsiling CC in the past 3 days.
We are making steady progress in vaccinating seniors above 70 years old, followed by those aged 60 to 69.
A big thank you to Raffles Medical Group, MOH, volunteers and staff for their caring support and assistance rendered to our residents.
We continue to make great strides towards safeguarding our community. I wish everyone good health and stay safe always.
To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit https://www.vaccine.gov.sg/ or Marsiling CC to schedule your appointment.
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Minister of State
Ministry of Manpower
Ministry of National Development
Member of Parliament, Chua Chu Kang GRC
Mr Zaqy Mohamad
I brought Mom to take COVID-19. vaccine injection. This is our experience.
I also managed to ask people's views on this vaccine.
I really want to make this vlog complete from a religious and medical corner so I met with Singapore Mufti, Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir, and geriatrician, Dr Nur Farhan Alami, to get their explanation.
Vaccination centres start operations today at Pasir Ris Elias CC.
Vaccinations start on 19th March at Punggol 21.
A Mark of assurance. This is the nursing station in case residents need help after the vaccination. The first aid equipment available here are emergency kit Epipen (adrenaline injection for severe allergies) ECG machine, defibrillator, and oxygen tank.
With me are Dr Tseng (doctor on site very day with his colleague) and SM Teo Chee Hean
Minister of State
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Social and Family Development
Member of Parliament, Punggol West SMC
Ms Sun Xueling
Like many of you, I was also concerned about the possible side effects of vaccination. But I am even more worried about catching COVID-19. At my age, the potential damage to my health from the virus is high. After doing my own research and consulting my doctors, I took the first dose of the vaccine this morning together with fellow seniors at Marine Parade CC. Prevention is better than cure, I reasoned.
By 9.30 am, some 60 senior residents already had their vaccinations. I chatted with many of them in the rest and observation area. They were all happy with the experience. Bravo our senior MParaders.
The process is smooth and well-organised. Thanks to MOH, medical personnel, volunteers, MPCC staff and Adviser Dr Tan See Leng . Great job. --- gct
Emeritus Senior Minister
Mr Goh Chok Tong
Our pilot COVID-19 vaccination exercise for seniors aged 70 and above is underway. Following my visit to Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic (https://go.gov.sg/12j5m4) two weeks ago, I dropped by Teck Ghee CC this morning to meet the seniors getting their jabs and observe the vaccination process.
Teck Ghee CC is one of two CCs being used for vaccinations, along with Tanjong Pagar CC. More centres will be set up in the coming weeks, so that everyone can conveniently receive their vaccinations.
Glad the take-up rate from our seniors has been very encouraging. Many thanks to all involved – the vaccination team, the community partners, and volunteers – for your hard work in reaching out to seniors, guiding them along each step, and ensuring a smooth process.
I hope that you will come forward and get vaccinated when your turn comes, and not wait. Vaccination is safe, it is free, and will help protect all of us. – LHL
Prime Minister, Singapore
Mr Lee Hsien Loong
It’s all systems go. Smooth start at the community vaccination centre at Tanjong Pagar CC this morning.
Our volunteers, colleagues and community partners were up bright and early, ready to receive our seniors. I met many of our seniors. Happy to hear that they are looking forward to receiving their first vaccination dose. Those who have received the vaccination told me it was a fuss-free experience. Medical personnel are also onsite to help address their queries. CCS
Minister for Trade and Industry
Mr Chan Chun Sing