Get Your Flu Shot

Flu Vaccine Multi-dose rates

Influenza vaccines help to prevent influenza (also known as flu), a common infection caused by Influenza virus types A and B. It takes at least 2 weeks for protection to develop after vaccination, do get your vaccination early. Enjoy these multi-dose rates with us.

  • 1 pax or dose: $45
  • 2 pax or doses: $75 ($37.50 each)
  • 4 pax or doses: $145 ($36.25 each)

Prevailing GST applies

CHAS subsidies are available for vaccinations completed at our clinics. You can check your eligibility for subsidised influenza vaccinations here.

Subsidies available

GroupCost after subsidy
Pioneer Generation
Seniors 65+
$ 9
Merdeka Generation
Seniors 65+
$ 18
CHAS Blue & CHAS Orange
(Adults 18-64 yrs/ Children 5-17 yrs with certain medical conditions)
$ 18
CHAS Green
(Adults 18-64 yrs / Children 5-17 yrs with certain medical conditions)
$ 35
(Newborns & Toddlers 6 m – 59 m)
$ 0

Kindly check your eligibility for subsidised influenza vaccinations here. MediSave can also be used to offset the remaining cost of Influenza Vaccinations for eligible Singaporeans (Citizens and Permanent Residents). For high-risk groups, up to $500/$700 per year per account can be used to pay for influenza vaccinations.


Who should receive the Influenza vaccine?

According to the National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS) and National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS), The flu jab or flu shot is recommended for everyone and especially people who are at high risk of developing influenza complications such as:

  • Elderly aged 65 years and older
  • Pregnant women in any trimester
  • Persons with chronic medical conditions such as diabetes or heart, lung, liver and kidney disease
  • Persons with lower body resistance to infections due to:
    • Conditions such as leukaemia, HIV, spleen removal, or organ transplant
    • Using medications or receiving treatment such as taking long-term steroids, certain cancer drugs or radiation therapy
  • Residents staying in intermediate or long-term care facilities
  • Persons aged 18 years or younger and receiving long-term aspirin therapy
  • Children aged 6 months old to 59 months

What are some side-effects that I need to seek medical advice on immediately?

  • Some people may feel faint after the vaccination
    • Sit for 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine to avoid fainting
  • Soreness, redness, or swelling at the injection site, slight headache, body aches or tiredness; fever of more than 38°C is not common
    • These side effects usually go away on its own within 2 to 3 days
    • You may take paracetamol to help to relieve the pain or fever

Information source: HPB, Last updated in Jul 2022

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