Today’s controllers have discovered that at least five private medical groups have requested the Sinovac Covid19 vaccine to be provided to patients. Son Farrer Park Hospital, Fullerton Health, Raffles Medical Group, Thomson Medical and IHH Healthcare Singapore, operating hospitals and clinics under the Parkway brand and Elizabeth Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced last week that approximately 200,000 doses of Chinese-made vaccines in Singapore’s inventory would be provided free of charge to licensed private healthcare providers who have successfully applied for a “special channel” for vaccination. “. Clinics or hospitals may charge people for services. In February, Coxing vaccines have arrived in Singapore, but the Department of Health Sciences has not approved the use of these vaccines as part of the national Covid19 vaccination campaign.
The window for private medical groups to order the Kexing vaccine closed at noon on Friday (June 11).
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It has asked the Ministry of Health about the total number of requests it has received. 4,444 Among the 12 private medical institutions contacted, only Mount Alvinia Hospital stated that it did not request vaccination, and none of the other hospitals responded at the time of publication. Fullerton Health stated that if the application is successful, it plans to provide the Koxing vaccine in its clinics and primary health care facilities.
Raffles Medical Group stated: “We appreciate the opportunity to support Covid19 vaccination work and provide an additional option for Covid19 vaccination for people who, for some reason or other reasons, wish to receive the Sinovac vaccine instead of the vaccine available in National Immunization Procedures. ”Most private medical groups stated that they are still working on pricing and logistics details and are negotiating with the Ministry of Health. Dr Daniel Lee,
Thomson Medical CEO and COO said that if Sinovac is chosen, the medical group plans to charge patients only a nominal fee to cover the cost of vaccination. Farrer Park Hospital stated that it had received hundreds of inquiries from people who expressed an interest in receiving the Konok vaccine.
“We do not provide any reservations for vaccines at this time, but we will consider those who have common interests with us and will inform them after receiving the vaccine.” “Therefore, we will only negotiate with the Ministry of Health. Contact the public at the appropriate times to register their interests.” said private healthcare groups in Singapore.