Yellow Fever Vaccine in Singapore (2024)

Yellow Fever Vaccine in Singapore (2024)

Yellow fever, a disease spread by daytime-active mosquitoes, remains a concern in various regions. As of 2023, this disease is present or endemic in 34 African countries and 13 nations across Central and South America.

Additionally, as Singapore is free from yellow fever, there are specific regulations in place to mitigate the risk of yellow fever's introduction and spread in Singapore. All travellers, including Singaporean residents, with travel history to countries with risk of yellow fever transmission must possess a valid vaccination certificate against yellow fever in the six days prior to arrival in Singapore. This certificate needs to be presented to the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer at the immigration counter upon arrival in Singapore.

ATA Medical is licensed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to administer Yellow Fever vaccinations.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre

ATA Medical is licensed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to administer Yellow Fever vaccinations. Yellow Fever Vaccines are available at our clinics at $228.90 per dose.

When To Get Vaccinated Against Yellow Fever?

The best time to get vaccinated is at least 10 days before travel. This allows the vaccine time to take effect and provide protection against the virus. Our clinic will issue you the International Certificate of Vaccination, which is recognized internationally.

How Long Does the Yellow Fever Vaccine Last?

The Yellow Fever Vaccine is known for its long-lasting protection. A single dose provides life-long protection for most people. However, a booster dose may be required for certain individuals, such as those travelling to a country with a higher risk of transmission.

What Are the Side Effects of the Yellow Vaccine Fever?

Typically, reactions to the yellow fever vaccine are minor, such as headaches, muscle pains, and slight fevers. However, on rare occasions, some individuals may experience serious, potentially life-threatening responses to the vaccine. These can include severe allergic reactions, which might involve difficulty in breathing or swallowing. Please seek immediate medical attention if any severe reactions occur.

Why Are Vaccinations Important?

Vaccinations offer significant individual benefits by boosting the immune system's ability to fight off specific infectious diseases. They reduce the risk of contracting serious illnesses, leading to fewer medical visits and a lower chance of hospitalization.

By staying up-to-date with vaccinations, individuals can also enjoy a greater sense of well-being and freedom to engage in various social activities, knowing they are protected against contagious diseases.

By staying current with our vaccinations, we not only protect ourselves but also shield our family and loved ones from contagious and serious diseases.
By staying current with our vaccinations, we not only protect ourselves but also shield our family and loved ones from contagious and serious diseases.

Why Use Us?

Same Day Appointment

Get your vaccinations done quickly at our travel clinics.

Vaccination Proof

Certificates of immunisation will be provided.

Friendly Staff

Customer service is a top priority for us at ATA Medical.

Your vaccination will also be updated to the National Immunisation Registry (NIR) where relevant, this will allow you to keep a record of the vaccinations.

Yellow Fever Vaccine Price in Singapore

Vaccination Price*
Yellow Fever Vaccine $228.90
[Optional] Influenza Vaccine $38.15
[Optional] Hepatitis A Vaccine From $98.10
*Prices are NETT and inclusive of GST.

Who Should NOT Get the Yellow Fever Vaccine?

Babies under 6 months old should not receive the yellow fever vaccine. Also, if someone has a strong allergy to any component of the vaccine, like eggs, chicken proteins, or gelatin, they should avoid it. Finally, if someone has previously had a serious reaction to the yellow fever vaccine, they should not be vaccinated again.

Where Can I Get the Yellow Fever Vaccine in Singapore?

ATA Medical is conveniently located at two different locations:

How Do I Book a Yellow Fever Vaccination?

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Travel Clinics in Singapore

Our vaccination clinics are conveniently located in Central Singapore. Same day appointments for vaccinations are available.

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Tanjong Pagar Clinic
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Frequently Asked Questions

If you are travelling to or from countries where yellow fever is endemic, particularly in parts of Africa and Central or South America, the ICA requires you to have a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate. This requirement applies to all travellers, including Singapore residents.
There are countries particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and parts of South America. For a comprehensive and updated list, please visit https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart/entering-singapore/yellow-fever-vaccination-certificate.
ATA Medical, licensed by the Ministry of Health (MOH), offers Yellow Fever vaccinations. The vaccine is priced at $228.90 per dose at our clinics.
Singapore does not have yellow fever. However, to prevent the disease's spread, travellers who have been to countries at risk of yellow fever transmission within the past six days must show a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate at the immigration counter upon arrival in Singapore.
A single dose of the yellow fever vaccine generally provides lifelong protection for most individuals, and a booster is usually not necessary. However, in the case of travel to areas experiencing outbreaks, a booster may be advisable if it has been 10 or more years since the last vaccination.
The yellow fever vaccine should be administered at least 10 days before travel to a country where vaccination is a legal requirement to avoid quarantine. A single dose typically offers lifetime immunity for most individuals.
Yellow fever can range from mild symptoms to severe illness and death. The disease gets its name from the jaundice that some patients develop. Despite the availability of an effective vaccine for over 60 years, yellow fever remains a significant public health issue.
The vaccine is not recommended for infants under 6 months old, individuals with severe allergies to any component of the vaccine such as eggs, chicken proteins, or gelatin, or those who have had a severe reaction to a previous yellow fever vaccine.
Upon completion of your vaccination at our clinic, we will provide an International Certificate of Vaccination. The cost of vaccination is at $228.90 per dose.

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