“We are coming to the end of the “mass” phase of the vaccination campaign”, Minister of Health Kim Wilson said, adding that “in the New Year, vaccinations and boosters will transition to other outlets on an appointment basis only.”
Speaking at yesterday’s press conference, Minister of Health Kim Wilson said, “We are coming to the end of the ‘mass’ phase of the vaccination campaign.
“I encourage everyone who is eligible for a first, second or booster jab to get it before Christmas. The last clinic at KEMH will be held on 22 December and at Pier 6 and the Hamilton Health Centre on 23 December.
“In the New Year, vaccinations and boosters will transition to other outlets on an appointment basis only. The details of this transition are being worked on now but I would like to take this opportunity to thank the physicians and pharmacists who have stepped forward to express an interest in delivering the vaccines. We look forward to working with you.”
According to the latest statistics, Bermuda has administered a total of 107,427 vaccinations and 71.9% of the population has received one dose, 70.3% have had two doses, while 24.1% of the population has also received a booster.