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Swine Flu – Official Singapore Government’s One-Stop Guide

If you are seeking information on swine flu [officially known as Influenza A (H1N1-2009)] in Singapore, and are either getting contradicting news or lost in the myriad of websites covering its news, it’s time to visit the official one-stop guide – www.flu.gov.sg to find out news and facts about the swine flu [Influenza A (H1N1-2009)] from the Singapore Government.

Visit www.flu.gov.sg now or alternatively, you can call Ministry of Health’s hotline at 1800-333 9999 for more information on the swine flu [Influenza A (H1N1-2009)].

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Written by Patrick Tan

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  1. I’m in planning to visit Singapore within 2 weeks. Could I have any news about swine flu at Singapore. Thank you for your information.

    Regards, Melissa – Jakarta

  2. Hi,
    I have planned a visit to singapore in the first week of sept’09. With the ongoing H1N1 crisis, I need some advice whether I should cancel my visit or continue with my plan. I have visited the website http://www.flu.gov.sg but did not get any proper information for the visitors. Can anyone guide me ?

    thanks and regards,
    Abhijeet

  3. Am visiting Singapore on the 11th of Sept. While sight seeing should my family and me wear mask, will it help.

  4. Patrick, I had cold and fever a week back and a bit of cold is still there, since i’ll be going to Singapore in another 15 days i am a bit worried whether this will be a problem at Singapore airport. What should i do?

  5. @Mr/Ms Abhijit, I saw your req com, being an Indian in Singapore I can only tell you that Indian cities are more affected than Singapore main township areas. Here % is only 0.61 % and preventive measures and treatment are far better than in India. Cool… just carry some basic medicine and come enjoy the trip.

  6. I’m in planning to visit Singapore within 2 weeks. Could I have any news about swine flu at Singapore. Thank you for your information. Regards Ihab

  7. @Ihab, please refer to http://www.flu.gov.sg/ for the latest information. Other than news that the H1N1 (a.k.a. swine flu) vaccine is now available in Singapore , there aren’t any bad news reported by the local media about the flu.

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