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Public urged to visit College for vaccinations

Kim Wilson, the Minister of Health, receiving her first Covid-19 vaccination shot. (File photograph)

The Ministry of Health tonight appealed to the public to take advantage walk-in service at the Bermuda College Covid-19 vaccination centre.

The centre is offering walk-ins for anyone over the the age of 16 today until 8pm, and between 9am and 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.

A Ministry spokeswoman added: “You don’t need to register online – you can just show up.

“Going to and from your vaccination is allowed under the current restrictions.”

It was announced earlier this week that more than 50,000 doses of the vaccine had been administered with 61 per cent of people over 65 were now fully immunised.

A total of 46 per cent of the population has received one dose, and 34 per cent has full immunisation.

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Published April 23, 2021 at 5:21 pm (Updated April 23, 2021 at 7:22 pm)

Public urged to visit College for vaccinations

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