SINGAPORE — Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Thursday (6 Apr) that it will be consolidating its vaccination operations across Children Vaccination Centres (CVCs) and Joint Testing and Vaccination Centres (JTVCs) from 17 April.

The move is aimed at streamlining the vaccination centers and allowing for flexibility to scale up operations when necessary.

The MOH has decided to close down the CVCs located at Our Tampines Hub, One Punggol Hub, Queenstown Community Centre, Sembawang Community Club, and Taman Jurong Community Centre. The last day of operations for these centres is set for 15 April.

From 17 April, vaccination for children will be relocated to selected JTVCs. This will enable the public to access both adult and child vaccinations at the same location, thus streamlining vaccination operations, said MOH.

With this transition, there will be a total of six JTVCs offering COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 6 months to 11 years old. These include JTVC Ang Mo Kio, JTVC Bukit Merah, JTVC Jurong East, JTVC Kaki Bukit, JTVC Sengkang, and JTVC Yishun.

COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 6 months to 4 years will continue to be offered by appointment at Bukit Batok, Eunos, Kallang, and Yishun Polyclinics.

Vaccinations for children aged 5 to 11 years will continue to be offered by appointment at Bukit Panjang, Pioneer, Punggol, and Woodlands Polyclinics, as well as selected PHPCs.

The MOH has also announced the closure of JTVC Commonwealth, which offers the bivalent Moderna/Spikevax and Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty vaccines for adults, with its last day of operations set for 29 April.

The closure is due to low demand and proximity to the JTVC Bukit Merah. Residents in this area who wish to receive their COVID-19 vaccines will continue to be served by JTVC Bukit Merah or selected PHPCs nearby.

However, the MOH will be relocating JTVC Sengkang to 19A Sengkang Square, next to Sengkang MRT station, which is a more accessible location for the public. The current JTV Sengkang at 60 Sengkang East Way will cease operations from 30 April.

Individuals may continue to walk into the JTVCs before 6.30 pm on weekdays and 12.30 pm on Saturdays or book an appointment using their existing booking link.

For more information on the nearest vaccination site and its operating hours, individuals can visit the government website

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