About Campaign

ends 31 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
Seniors are vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus infection. SATA CommHealth has a committed group of frontline healthcare workers who are helping to support them. We serve them in their homes, our therapy centres as well as our medical centres.

It is important for seniors to get the influenza (virus) vaccine as well as the pneumococcal (bacterial) vaccine. When a senior is infected by the COVID-19 virus, he may get a pneumonia and can get infected by other infections of the lungs as well. That is why it is crucial to protect them against influenza and pneumococcal infections.
Even though there is no vaccine for COVID-19 currently, it is important to help protect our seniors against other types of lung infections.

Each influenza vaccine cost about $30 to $40 and each pneumococcal vaccine (PCV-13) cost $120 to $150 in clinics. Many seniors cannot afford these vaccinations and choose not to take them.

Your donations will help us reach out to these vulnerable seniors to vaccinate them as well as to help us continue running our existing services for our seniors.

Thank you for your kind generosity during this worldwide pandemic.

We thank you for your generous contributions. Your donations will be used to fund this programme as well other SATA CommHealth's programmes for the needy and seniors.

About the Charity

Promoting Lifelong Health, Serving the Community

SATA CommHealth was established in 1947 as a charity healthcare organisation fighting against tuberculosis in the early days.

The organisation has since evolved to become a comprehensive healthcare provider serving the public and corporate while having a charity arm to focus on the healthcare needs in the community, especially the needy and the disadvantaged elderly.

With the COVID-19 evolving, more resources are required to care and serve the underprivileged for their medical and social needs, while fulfilling our prime duties as Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC) supporting MOH, in managing patients with acute respiratory infection (ARI) symptoms at all our medical centres.

As part of the Ministry's on-going efforts to help contain this outbreak, our mobile x-ray buses with a pool of Radiographers been deployed at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH) and Singapore Expo to help screen patients suspected of COVID-19 infection in collaboration with NTFGH-MINDEF and Woodlands Health Campus (WHC) respectively.

We are HERE TO CARE for the Community!


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