As of April 10, Bermuda had administered a total of 45,761 Covid-19 vaccinations, so 40% of the population has received one dose, while 31% of the population has received 2 doses, the Government said this evening.
Speaking at tonight’s [April 13] press conference, Minister of Health Kim Wilson said, “We have completed the thirteenth full week of vaccinations. From January 11 to April 10, 2021, Bermuda has administered a total of 45,761 vaccinations – a figure that rises to 46,935 if you include vaccinations administered on Sunday and Monday. This is very good news indeed.
“Of the 45,761 vaccinations administered for the period we are reporting on, which ends April 10th;
- 54% are women, and,
- 46% are men.
“Bermuda’s goal of “herd immunity” will be achieved when 70% of the population [64,054] has been immunised. To date, 40% of the population has been vaccinated [with 1 dose], and 31% of the population has been immunised [with 2 doses].”
“To push forward and get close to this goal more quickly, the Ministry will be ramping up the vaccination programme,” she added. You can read the full details of that here.