The next mobile vaccination location is the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club on Sunday [Oct 3] from 10 am until 3 pm, located in the Harbourview Ballroom.
The Bermuda Government posted the graphic below, saying: “Do you want to get the Covid-19 vaccine? The next mobile vaccination location is the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club on Sunday 3 October from 10 am until 3 pm, located in the Harbourview Ballroom.
“There will be medical professionals on site to answer any questions you may have regarding the vaccine. You don’t need an appointment. You can just show up for your first dose of the vaccine.”
A Hamilton Princess spokesperson said, “Hamilton Princess & Beach Club will be hosting three Department of Health pop-up vaccination clinics over the next ten days.
“The clinics will be held in the hotel’s Harbourview Ballroom over the following dates and times:
- Sunday, October 3rd from 10am until 3pm
- Friday, October 8th from 3pm until 7pm
- Sunday, October 10th from 1pm until 5pm
“These clinics are open to members of the general public, as well as hotel industry colleagues, who are looking to receive a dose of the vaccine. All that is needed is a valid photo ID, such as a driver’s licence or passport.
“While the hotel is a convenient location for those looking to get their first shot, there are other incentives, too. Those waiting for their vaccine or who are in the 15 minute observation period, will be treated to refreshing mango lemonade as well as freshly made brownies and The Duchess Café & Gelateria’s famous chocolate chip cookies.
“All of those who attend the clinic at the Hamilton Princess will receive a gift voucher for 50 per cent off of Crown & Anchor’s famous Sunday Brunch. Everyone will also be automatically entered into a prize draw for a chance of winning a weekend stay in a Gold room at the hotel and a dinner for two.”
Tim Morrison, General Manager of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, said: “We at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club are proud to be doing our part to support the Department of Health in providing a convenient and appealing location for those to come and get their vaccine. With this latest wave of cases, it’s clearer than ever just how important it is for the health and wellbeing of our community and for the future of Bermuda’s tourism that everyone who can get vaccinated, does get vaccinated.”