If you’ve recently been vaccinated overseas you may be eligible to have your vaccination verified without having a COVID-19 serology test.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has released an updated guide to recognising overseas COVID-19 vaccinations.
Individuals who have been vaccinated overseas can have their vaccination documents verified by ICA upon arrival in Singapore. The Trace Together app will be updated with your vaccination status for 30 days. In addition, individuals who hold a vaccination certificate in the following formats can visit a GP and verify their vaccination documents in lieu of a COVID-19 serology test.
The COVID-19 Vaccination certificate must display your particulars, i.e.:
- Full name and unique identification number (as per issuing government identification document)
- Date of birth
- Authenticity: Physical seal/stamp or QR link to authority
- Vaccination details: Name of Vaccine, manufacturer, batch/lot number (where possible but not mandatory)
- Date of vaccination
Once one of our GP’s has verified the certificate, we can then input the records into the National Immunisation Registry (NIR) without needing a serology test.
*Up to date information as of the 31st of January 2022*