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In a recent announcement (Oct 2023), the Ministry of Health has released important updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccination program in Singapore. The Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty and Moderna/Spikevax vaccines will be upgraded to their latest versions based on the Omicron XBB.1.5 variant.

Who is it suitable for?

The updated XBB.1.5 vaccines of both Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty and Moderna/Spikevax are suitable for individuals aged 6 months and above. They will be available to the public in stages, starting with the updated Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty XBB.1.5 vaccine for individuals aged 5 years and above from October 30, 2023.

This is free for Singapore citizens, PRs and permit holders.

When Should You Get It?

Persons aged 5 years and above are recommended to receive a booster dose about five months after completing their primary series. Additionally, individuals aged 60 years and above, medically vulnerable individuals, and residents of aged care facilities are advised to receive an additional dose in 2023/2024, around 1 year (and no earlier than 5 months) after their last dose.

Why Should You Get It?

Scientific data shows that the updated XBB.1.5 vaccines generate higher antibody titres against current and emerging strains, offering better protection against newer strains of COVID-19. This ensures that individuals, particularly those at risk of severe disease, have an enhanced level of protection.

How Can You Get It?

To get vaccinated, individuals can book their appointment with us at

We currently only have the Pfizer vaccination at our Kovan clinic.

Kovan Clinic

Address: 210 Hougang Street 21, #01-233, Singapore 530210

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Is Singapore prepared for the haze?

The Ministry of Health has a reserve of N95 masks, and is ready to release them to retail pharmacies in the event of a shortage.

There are also plans to distribute masks to low-income and vulnerable residents in the event of a severe haze episode in Singapore.

How did the haze come about?

Due to two climate phenomena- El Nino and the positive Indian Ocean Dipole.

El Nino is a weather phenomenon that brings hotter and drier conditions to Southeast Asia, while the positive Indian Ocean Dipole causes warmer sea surface temperatures in the Western Indian Ocean.

These drier and hotter conditions can result in vegetation fires, and hence increase the risk of transboundary haze in Singapore.

Should I be concerned?

Children, elderly, and people with chronic lung disease, heart disease are more sensitive to the health effects of haze. In addition, it is advised that pregnant women reduce exposure to haze for the health of their unborn baby.

How will the haze affect me and my family?

Haze particles can affect the heart and lungs, especially in people who already have chronic heart or lung disease such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), allergic rhinitis or heart failure.

Among healthy individuals, short-term exposure, such as continuous exposure to unhealthy daily average PSI levels over a period of a few days, to high levels of haze particles may cause irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat in healthy individuals.

What should I do if I experience the above symptoms?

You may book an appointment with Intemedical here at any one of our branches- Kovan, Potong Pasir, Teck Ghee or Tampines.

Intemedical offers a wide range of key services- for a more comprehensive list, you may visit our page here and reach out to us should you become affected by the haze.

Remember to stay hydrated and don a proper mask during the haze season.

Visit any of our clinics below if you need to see a doctor. All clinics are open from 8 am to 12 pm.


Landline - +65 62433036

Whatsapp - +65 88799404.

Book an appointment at Kovan

Potong Pasir

Landline - +65 6242 6384

Whatsapp - +65 80223129

Book an appointment at Potong Pasir

Teck Ghee

Landline - +65 69049579

Whatsapp +65 80616220

Book an appointment at Teck Ghee


Landline - +65 62233803

Whatsapp - +65 8065 0191.

Book an appointment at Tampines

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What is Healthier SG?

Healthier SG is a plan by the Ministry of Health to focus on better health and quality of life for everyone.

With Healthier SG, Singaporeans will have:

  1. A choice of your preferred family clinic that will guide you to stay healthy;

  2. A customised Health Plan and support you to achieve your health goals;

  3. Access to community programmes to help you stay active and healthy.

Scroll down to pre-enrol at Intemedical Clinics near you now!

How will I benefit from Healthier SG?


How do I start my Healthier SG journey?

Check your eligibility:

Depending on your age and condition, Healthier SG is open for enrolment in two batches:

​Early Enrolment (before July 2023) 40 years and above, with existing chronic illness Regularly visits a Healthier SG clinic

Pre-enrol at Intemedical Clinics near you now:

​Kick off (from July 2023) 60 years and above Singaporeans or PRs

Depending on your eligibility, you can follow the step-by-step guide below to kickstart your Healthier SG journey:

01 Choose Intemedical

Download the HealthHub App and select Intemedical as your preferred clinic

02 Book Visit

Make an appointment for your free first onboarding health consultation

03 Health Plan

Receive your personalised health plan with lifestyle and health advice

04 Screening & Vaccination

Get nationally recommended health screening and vaccinations free

05 Follow Up

Visit us at regular intervals and track your health progress

Kovan Clinic

Address: 210 Hougang Street 21, #01-233, Singapore 530210

Landline: 6243 3036

Whatsapp (message only): 8879 9404

Potong Pasir Clinic

Address: 51 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-29 The Poiz Centre, Singapore 347697

Landline: 6242 6384

WhatsApp (message only): 8879 9404

Teck Ghee Clinic

Address: 338 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 #01-1625 Singapore 560338

Landline: 6904 9579

WhatsApp (message only): 8879 9404

Tampines Clinic

Address: 201E Tampines Street 23 #01-96 Singapore 527201

Landline: 6223 3803

WhatsApp (message only): 8065 0191

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