Recognizing Overseas COVID-19 Vaccinations

We are offering service on serology testing and updating of overseas COVID-19 vaccination records into National Immunization Registry (NIR). This test cost $50-65 depending on the type of vaccine you received overseas.

You will need to present your Singapore identification card, overseas identification document and proof of vaccination to our staff upon registration. This includes either partial or complete COVID-19 vaccination received overseas.

We will perform the appropriate serology testing to confirm that you have undergone effective vaccination. The serology test will detect antibodies generated in response to the vaccine. As most COVID-19 vaccines are based on the spike (S) protein of the SAR-CoV-2 virus, a serology test that detects anti-S antibodies is generally used. An anti-N (nucleocapsid) serology test is used for persons vaccinated with inactivated virus vaccine.

The specimen will be sent to a laboratory for processing and the test results will be out in 3 working days.

A positive serology result implies that you have undergone an effective vaccination and your vaccination record will be ingested into NIR. It takes 1 to 2 weeks for the TraceTogether (TT) app to be updated.

A negative serology result implies that the overseas vaccination was not effective and may not protect from COVID-19 infection. We advise that you take the vaccination in Singapore by checking your eligibility and registering at https://preregister.vaccine.gov.sg or call the MOH COVID-19 hotline at 1800-333-9999 for assistance.

There are no known safety issues with re-taking the COVID-19 vaccination. However, some may experience more noticeable side effects such as injection site pain, muscle aches and fever.

SNSA: Stepping Out For Stroke 2019

Stepping Out For Stroke 2019 will be held on 12 Oct 2019. Our team members will be participating to show our support to the stroke survivors and their families.

Our deepest appreciation goes to the participants, volunteers, donors, sponsors for making the event a success!

Do put on your Actxa Fitness tracker and send us a screenshot of your steps record for a special reward.

World Contraceptive Day 26 Sep 2019

World Contraception Day takes place on September 26th every year. The annual worldwide campaign centers around a vision where every pregnancy is wanted.

For both members and non-members, do note that the consultation will be waived from 26th September to 26th October in order to support ease of obtaining contraceptives from the comfort of your home. After the consultation, select ‘WCD delivery’. 

Do note that you need to be between 21-55 years of age. We will need to check on your cervical cancer screening schedule before prescribing the medications.

Check out articles from our Contraceptive Awareness Month here and learn about the benefits and risks as well as how to handle side effects from contraceptives.

For EasyCare members, please contact your care coordinator, if you already have an existing prescription from iDOC Clinic, you do not need to see a doctor for refill till your next appointment date.

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Be sure to select ‘WCD Delivery’ after the consultation. 

Find out more about our EasyCare Pill Club. 

Care Coordinator Support for:

  • medication refills for the pill
  • billing, delivery, appointments
  • any enquiries regarding the pill