Polio Vaccine (In-Clinic)
Polio Vaccine (In-Clinic)
Service Overview
Polio is a highly infectious disease which mainly affects young children caused by poliovirus. It invades the nervous system, and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours. The virus is transmitted by person-to-person spread mainly through the faecal-oral route or, less frequently, contaminated water or food and multiplies in the intestine.
Service Description

If you're eligible for CHAS subsidies, please book an In-Clinic appointment here:


What happens after you book:

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive a link for appointment scheduling within the purchase receipt. Please select your preferred date and time at your choice of clinic location. Head down to the choice of clinic at the selected timeslot!

If you are eligible for CHAS subsidies and book an in-clinic appointment by using the link above, you will receive an email confirming the date, time, and location of your appointment. Please present your CHAS/Pioneer Generation card and NRIC upon registration. No payment will be collected at the point of booking and instead be settled when you attend the clinic (where copayment is applicable).

Vaccination is recommended for:
1. Individuals who have not been vaccinated previously, or partially vaccinated
2. Individuals staying more than 4 weeks in countries with risk of polio transmission
3. Individuals visiting countries where polio is endemic

Dosage Information:
Adult: Three doses are required

When to be vaccinated:
4 weeks to 12 months before departure for adult travellers who have previously received three or more doses of Polio vaccine should also be given another one-time booster dose of polio vaccine.
Travellers who have not received any polio vaccine previously should complete the 3 doses of polio vaccination before departure.

Clinic Locations:  

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