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Extension of Subsidies for Vaccines Recommended under the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS) and Developmental Screenings At Community Health Assist Scheme General Practitioner (CHAS GP) Clinics
In his National Day Rally speech on 18 August 2019, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the Government's plans to provide more support in marriage and parenthood for Singaporeans.
In line with this, the Ministry of Health (MOH) will extend subsidies for all vaccinations under the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS) and childhood developmental screenings, at CHAS GP clinics and polyclinics. The subsidised vaccinations include those recommended for personal protection which were previously not subsidised at polyclinics. Developmental screenings, integral to early detection and timely intervention for developmental delays in children, will also be subsidised. These enhancements, to be rolled out before end-2020, will make recommended screenings and immunisations of children more affordable and convenient for Singaporean parents. Please refer to the attached MOH Press Release for more details.
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