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Bermuda Covid-19 Vaccination Statistics

With vaccine administration in Bermuda having started on January 11th, 2021, Bernews is tracking the amount of vaccines given on the island, and the statistical breakdown of who is receiving the vaccine. As of now, it appears the Bermuda vaccination statistics are being released weekly, so we expect to update once per week for now.

The top chart is an interactive cumulative chart, the middle section is direct quotes from the Ministry, and the lower section contains global statistics. This page only charts vaccinations, for all testing statistics going back to March 2020, please view the testing statistic page.

People in Phase 1 and 2 [residents 50 years and up, frontline healthcare workers, essential workers, essential travellers, medically vulnerable people etc] can register for the vaccine via the Government’s website at forms.gov.bm/covidvaccine.

February 20, 2021, 16377 Vaccinations | Click for full details

The Minister said: We have completed the sixth full week of vaccinations, and the fourth week using two Vaccination Centres operating six days a week. For the six week period from January 11 to February 20, 2021, Bermuda has administered a total of 16,377 vaccinations – a figure that rises to 17,073 if you include yesterday’s vaccinations as well! – all of which is an impressive achievement.

Of the 16,377 vaccinations administered for the period we are reporting on which ends February 20,

  • 9,028 [or 55%] are women, and,
  • 7,349 [or 45%] are men.

Bermuda’s goal of “herd immunity” will be achieved when 70% of the population [64,054] has been immunized. To date, 18% of the population has been vaccinated [with 1 dose] and 7% of the population has been immunized [with 2 doses].

Each week since January 11 has seen an increase in the number of vaccinations administered, with 3,804 vaccinations delivered last week. The public has accessed these vaccines as follows:

  • The Vaccination Centre at Bermuda College [previously at the Police Recreation Club] administered 9,373 or 57% of vaccinations,
  • 6,119 or 37% were administered at the Bermuda Hospitals Board Vaccination Centre,
  • 744 or 5% were administered at rest homes and long term care facilities, and
  • 141 or 1% were administered at Other Vaccination Sites.

Assessed against Bermuda’s vaccination priority targets:-

In Phase 1A

  • 1,605 persons or 51% of those aged 80 years and older have been vaccinated. 638 have had one vaccination, and 967 [31%] are fully immunized.
  • 373 person or 50% of residents in rest homes and long term care have been vaccinated. 72 have had one vaccination, and 301 [41%] are fully immunized.
  • 1,303 health care workers or 53% have been vaccinated. 347 have had one vaccination and 956 [39%] are fully immunized.
  • 1,316 essential workers or 56% have been vaccinated. 596 have had one vaccination and 720 [30%] are fully immunized.

In Phase 1B

  • 4,193 persons or 44% of those aged 65 – 79 years have been vaccinated. 2,533 have had one vaccination and 1,660 [17%] are fully immunized.

These are great results so far, and I would like to thank all those who have taken the step to get their vaccination to protect themselves, their families and our community.

With regard to the numbers of persons who have registered interest… To the week ending February 20, 19,389 persons have registered their interest in getting vaccinated. The breakdown is as follows:

  • 4,445 Black
  • 9,208 White
  • 2,124 Mixed or Other, and,
  • 3,612 Prefer not to say or Not Specified.

For those of you who have registered already – thank you and please encourage your family and friends who may be in the priority groups to register.

February 13, 2021, 12568 Vaccinations | Click for full details

The Minister said: We have completed the fifth full week of vaccinations, and the third week using two Vaccination Centres operating six days a week. For the five week period from January 11 to February 13, 2021, Bermuda has administered a total of 12,568 vaccinations.

Of the 12,568 vaccinations administered for the period we are reporting on which ends February 13,

  • 6,983 (or 56%) are women, and,
  • 5,585 (or 44%) are men.

Bermuda’s goal of “herd immunity” will be achieved when 70% of the population (64,054) has been immunized. To date, 15% of the population has been vaccinated (with 1 dose) and 4% of the population has been immunized (with 2 doses)

Each week since January 11 has seen an increase in the number of vaccinations administered, with 3,467 vaccinations delivered last week. The public has accessed these vaccines as follows:

  • The Vaccination Centre at the Police Recreation Club administered 7,135 or 57% of vaccinations,
  • 697 or 5% were administered at rest homes and long term care facilities,
  • 4641 or 37% were administered at the Bermuda Hospitals Board Vaccination Centre, and,
  • 95 or 1% were administered at Other Vaccination Sites.
  • Assessed against Bermuda’s vaccination priority targets:-

In Phase 1A

  • 1,834 persons or 59% of those aged 80 years and older have been vaccinated. 1,300 have had one vaccination, and 534 (17%) are fully immunized.
  • 370 person or 50% of residents in rest homes and long term care have been vaccinated. 96 have had one vaccination, and 274 (37%) are fully immunized.
  • 1,226 health care workers or 50% have been vaccinated. 346 have had one vaccination and 880 (36%) are fully immunized.
  • 1,192 essential workers or 50 % have been vaccinated. 634 have had one vaccination and 558 (24%) are fully immunized.

In Phase 1B

  • 4,161 persons or 44% of those aged 65 – 79 years have been vaccinated. 3,627 have had one vaccination and 568 (6%) are fully immunized.

With regard to the numbers of persons who have registered interest. To the week ending February 13, 17,605 persons have registered their interest in getting vaccinated. The breakdown is as follows:

  • 3,712 Black
  • 8,580 White
  • 1,833 Mixed or Other, and,
  • 3,480 Prefer not to say or Not Specified.


February 6, 2021, 9095 Vaccinations | Click for full details

As of February 6, 2021: 9095 Vaccinations Given

The Minister said, “We have completed the fourth full week of vaccinations, and the second full week of vaccinations using two Vaccination Centres. For the period through to 6 February 2021, Bermuda has administered a total of 9095 vaccinations and the breakdown is as follows:

  • a total of 3990 or 44% males and 5105 or 56% females
  • with 2048 or 22% persons who are under 50,
  • 2257 or 25% persons between 50 and 64,
  • 3284 or 36% between 65 and 79, and
  • 1506 or 17% persons who are over 80 years old.

Of the vaccine sites, and based on the Epi week ending 6 February,

  • the Vaccination Centre at the Police Recreation Club administered 5194 or 57% of vaccinations,
  • 552 or 6% were administered at rest homes and long term care
  • 3291 or 36% were administered by the Bermuda Hospitals Board; and
  • 58 or <1% were administered at Other Vaccination Sites.

Assessed against our vaccination targets, the Ministry can report the following:

  • 1309 persons or 42% of those aged 80 years or older have been vaccinated. 197 are fully immunized, meaning they have had two doses, and 1112 have had one vaccination.
  • 370 persons or 50% of those in rest homes and long term care facilities have been vaccinated. 182 are fully immunized and 188 have had one vaccination,
  • 1166 health care workers [48%] have been vaccinated. 747 are fully immunized and 419 have had one vaccination, and
  • 1016 essential service workers [43%] have been vaccinated. 339 are fully immunized and 677 have had one vaccination.

With regard to the numbers of persons who have registered interest. To the week ending February 6, 15,133 persons have registered their interest in getting vaccinated. The breakdown is as follows:

  • 2866 Black
  • 7549 White
  • 1410 Mixed or Other
  • 3308 Prefer not to Say or Not Specified


January 30, 2021, 4897 Vaccinations | Click for full details

The Ministry said, “For the period through to 30 January 2021, Bermuda has vaccinated a total of 4897 persons – representing an additional 1965 persons – and the breakdown is as follows:

a total of 2123 or 43% males and 2774 or 57% females
with 1039 or 21% persons who are under 50,
1108 or 23% persons between 50 and 64,
1741 or 35% between 65 and 79, and
1009 or 21% persons who are over 80 years old.

January 23, 2021, 2932 Vaccinations | Click for full details

The Ministry said, “For the period through to 23 January 2021, Bermuda has vaccinated a total of 2,932 persons, and the breakdown is as follows:

  • a total of 1227 or 42% males and 1705 or 58% females
  • with 845 or 29% persons who are under 50,
  • 881 or 30% persons between 50 and 64,
  • 598 or 20% between 65 and 79, and
  • 608 or 21% persons who are over 80 years old.

January 16, 2021, 1665 Vaccinations | Click for full details

The Ministry said, “The Ministry started the distribution of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Monday 11 January. For the week of 11 January – 16 January, there have been a total of 1,665 vaccines administered.

“738 of these vaccines were administered by the Bermuda Hospitals Board during their first vaccination clinic held at the King Edward Memorial Hospital. The individuals vaccinated were part of Phase 1[A] priority group as outlined in the ministry’s Vaccine Allocation Strategy and included both frontline healthcare workers and residents in the Hospital’s long term care facility.

“Of the remaining 927 vaccines, 40 were administered to the elderly, extremely clinically vulnerable, and clinically vulnerable at nursing care facilities and 887 were given to the elderly and frontline healthcare and essential service workers at the Vaccination Centre at the Police Recreation Club.

More particularly, of the vaccines administered so far, the breakdown is as follows:

  • 58% female, and,
  • 42% male, and of this
  • 32% were essential service workers,
  • 27% were health workers,
  • 22% were not categorized by occupation [elderly]
  • 19% were ‘Other’, as in retired, unemployed or care-givers.

International Statistics

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