Criteria for second Covid-19 booster shot

  1. Those aged 60 and above can receive a second Covid-19 vaccine booster dose voluntarily four to six months after their first booster.
  2. For people aged 18 to 59, they can get their second booster shot if they have chronic diseases and after consulting a medical practitioner. This includes those who are at clinical risk of severe disease such as chronic heart, lung, kidney, liver disease, etc.
  3. Those aged between 12 and 17 could also be offered a first booster dose after receiving the primary dose injection following discussion with a registered medical practitioner, or if they were at clinical risk of severe disease.
  4. Healthcare workers, regardless of age or health status, and those who require additional doses for travel purposes, are also eligible.