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Find out the types of diseases your child will be immunised against for different ages.
(Revised in Nov 2020)
Immunisations for Diphtheria and Measles are COMPULSORY by LAW.
The National Immunisation Registry (NIR) maintains the immunisation records for all Singapore Residents aged 18 years and under.
Parents can view their child's immunisation records at the NIR website. NIR uses the SingPass password for authentication.
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The Health Promotion Board (HPB) conducts annual school health visits to provide free health screening and immunisation services. HPB also conducts health education and health promotion programmes on lifestyle practices. HPB’s Student Health Centre, which generally provides preventive and screening services, follows up children referred from the school visits above.
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