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Carnations & Vaccinations At NSC On Saturday

In celebration of Mother’s Day, Chubb and Zurich donated 450 carnations, which will be given to women and mothers this Saturday [May 8] during the mobile vaccination clinic at the Bermuda National Sports Centre from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.

A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Health Council would like to thank Chubb and Zurich for their donation of 450 carnations in celebration of mothers and women during this special, yet unique time.”

Dr. Ricky Brathwaite, Health Council CEO said, “We know that getting vaccinated is a choice, but we also appreciate the benefit that such a choice has on the entire community and country. So during this time, where we celebrate the beauty that lies within our humanity, we want to thank these organizations for being so willing to help us in showing appreciation to the community members as part of our vaccine programme.”

“On Saturday, 8th May at the Bermuda National Sports Centre from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, members of the community are welcome to come out to play their role in our fight against the virus,” the Council noted.

Dr. Brathwaite continues, “We want to thank mothers and women with a small token that will hopefully bring a smile to faces. As we enter this new period of relaxed restrictions with anticipation of enjoying more of what our beautiful island has to offer, there is nothing like seeing the joy on the faces of our mothers to give us confidence that everything going forward will be alright.”

“So again thank you to Zurich and Chubb for your donation which will help in moving us past this pandemic and doing so while also celebrating the cornerstones of our society.”

The Council said, “This donation represents one of the many contributions of the community in an ongoing effort to support the Covid vaccination initiative.

“If you would like to receive more information about the Close to Home Mobile Vaccine Programme, contact the Health Council at 292-6420 or visit www.gov.bm/vaccines.”