Criteria for second Covid-19 booster shot
- Those aged 60 and above can receive a second Covid-19 vaccine booster dose voluntarily four to six months after their first booster.
- 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.
- 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.
- Healthcare workers, regardless of age or health status, and those who require additional doses for travel purposes, are also eligible.