Vaccinations and COVID-19 Testing

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Vaccinations saves millions

Vaccines are important and offer long-term or sometimes lifelong protection against common diseases.
 

Getting vaccinated protects not only yourself, but those around you by limiting the spread.
 

Book an appointment with your pharmacist to get protection against the flu, common diseases or diseases
that can affect travelers.

 

COVID-19 Testing

We offer both rapid testing for travel and screening and PCR testing for travel. These tests are available only for those without COVID-19 symptoms. 

Rapid antigen test can potentially identify positive cases earlier (within 15 minutes) to help reduce the spread of the virus and prevent outbreaks. Rapid tests are currently acceptable for travelling to US, UK and some EU countries, etc. 

PCR test is considered as a gold standard COVID-19 test. It is more accurate but takes longer time. Results are typically available within 12-24 hours.

 

We are not responsible for determining the timing required for your test. Please ensure you know how much lead time you require for your test before booking an appointment.

 

It is your responsibility to check with your airline and the destination country for COVID-19 test requirements.

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Vaccination Services

Please note : Prescription may be required. Professional fees may apply.

Flu Shots

A flu shot protects you against influenza. Because new flu strains emerge year to year, yearly immunization is recommended. Your Pharmacist provides flu shots during the flu season (starting the mid of October).

Common Diseases

A simple vaccine can minimize your chances to develop certain diseases such as HPV, pneumococcal infections, tetanus, and Shingles. Your Pharmacist can help you with vaccinations and immunizations.

Travel Vaccine

If you’re planning a trip to Asia, Africa, South America, or any developing countries, you may require vaccination against tropical diseases.

Be sure to check whether you need any vaccines at least six weeks before your departure date, as some vaccines require more than one dose.