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FAQs on COVID-19 vaccination for work pass holders

Employers can find out how to get COVID-19 vaccination for their Work Permit (including MDWs), S Pass, EP, LTVP and Dependant’s Pass holders who are in Singapore.

Read the FAQs:

For workers staying in dormitories and Work Permit holders in CMP sectors

As an employer, what should I do for this vaccination exercise?Show

You should encourage all eligible workers to get vaccinated and protect themselves against COVID-19.

You should arrange transportation to and from the vaccination centre for your workers who wish to be vaccinated.

Where can my workers get their vaccination and booster dose against COVID-19?Show

Your workers may walk in to any Joint Testing & Vaccination Centres (JTVCs) to receive their primary series and booster dose.

Alternatively, you may choose to book a vaccination appointment at one of the following medical centres for your workers.

Medical centre and vaccine type offered Address and booking details

Medical Centre @
Kranji Recreation Centre

Vaccine type: Sinovac-CoronaVac

Note: Primary series only

11 Kranji Close
Singapore 737673

Contact 8715 5771

Medical Centre @
Penjuru Recreation Centre

Vaccine type: Sinovac-CoronaVac

Note: Primary series only

27 Penjuru Walk
Singapore 608538

Contact 9173 8567

Medical Centre @
47 Gul Circle

Vaccine type: Bivalent Moderna/Spikevax

Note: Primary and booster doses

47 Gul Circle
Singapore 629580

Contact 8487 0867

Medical Centre @
Cochrane Recreation Centre

Vaccine type: Bivalent Moderna/Spikevax

Note: Primary and booster doses

100 Sembawang Drive
Singapore 756998

Contact 8720 8806

Medical Centre @
SATA CommHealth Uttamram

Vaccine type: Bivalent Moderna/Spikevax

Note: Primary and booster doses

351 Chai Chee Street
SATA CommHealth Building
Singapore 468982

Contact 8720 8840

Medical Centre @
StarMed Specialist Centre

Vaccine type: Bivalent Moderna/Spikevax

Note: Primary and booster doses

12 Farrer Park Station Road
Singapore 217565

Contact 9338 7492

Onboard@Sengkang West

Vaccine type: Bivalent Moderna/Spikevax

Note: Booster doses only

20A Seletar West Road 1
Singapore 798991
See location

Book vaccination appointment

Your workers should receive a primary vaccination series and a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to achieve minimum protection. This means three doses of mRNA vaccine (e.g. Moderna/Spikevax, Pifzer-BioNTech/Comirnaty) or four doses of SinoVac-CoronaVac vaccine.

After achieving minimum protection, an additional booster dose should be taken 5 to 12 months from their last dose for workers to be considered up-to-date with their COVID-19 vaccination.

How can I check if my worker needs a booster dose?Show

You may download the Safe@Work excel sheet and refer to the “Vaccination Tag” column. Workers who are eligible for the booster dose will have “booster dose required” indicated in the column.

My worker has recovered from COVID-19 and completed his primary series, but he has not gotten his booster dose. How can we arrange for him to receive the booster dose?Show

Recovered workers who are eligible for the booster dose will receive an SMS with a booking link from the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Alternatively, employers can use the booking code found in Safe@Work portal to help workers schedule or reschedule appointments.

You may refer to the user guide on how to book the appointment.

For more queries on the booking codes, please contact MOH directly at 6995 9199.

My worker has completed his primary series and it has been more than 150 days from his last dose, but he has not received any SMS to go for his booster dose. How can we arrange for him to receive his booster dose?Show

For workers residing in dormitories and Work Permit holders from Construction, Marine shipyard and Process sectors, employers can book their booster dose at the medical centres.

I would like to send all of my workers for their booster dose on the same day, or stagger their appointments on different days. Can I change their appointment slots?Show

Vaccination appointments are scheduled based on the capacity and resources at the vaccination centre.

We seek your assistance to arrange for your workers to attend their appointments on the given date and timeslot, as any changes or missed appointment will affect the vaccination service for other workers.

General information about COVID-19 vaccination

Can my worker go for COVID-19 vaccination in Singapore if they have been administered COVID-19 vaccines overseas?Show

HSA-approved COVID-19 vaccine

If your workers have received their first dose of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines overseas, they will be given the same vaccine for their second dose.
COVID-19 vaccine not approved by HSA If your workers have received a vaccine not approved by HSA, they will be eligible for both doses of either Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

Your workers may walk in to any Joint Testing & Vaccination Centres (JTVCs) to receive their primary series and booster dose.

If you require further assistance, you may call the MOH COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 6995 9199.

Can I get other vaccines at the same time? How long do I have to wait before getting other vaccines?Show

A minimum interval of 2 weeks is encouraged before or after any other vaccines (e.g. influenza vaccination), but is not strictly necessary.

Who should take an additional booster after achieving minimum protection?Show

Individuals aged 18 years and above should get an additional booster dose between 5 to 12 months from their last dose, after achieving minimum protection to remain up-to-date with their vaccination.

Is it a requirement for my workers to be fully vaccinated before they get their pass issued or renew their existing passes?Show

Yes, workers must be fully vaccinated before they can apply for new work passes or renew existing passes.

How do my workers reschedule their vaccination appointment if they have booked it via COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment system?Show

Your workers may reschedule their appointments using the same booking link in the original SMS.

For enquiries, you may call the MOH COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 6995 9199.