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St John Ambulance gives Bermuda a booster shot

St John Ambulance volunteers at a well-received pop-up clinic for Covid-19 booster shots at the charity’s headquarters in Paget (Photograph supplied)

A Covid-19 booster shot clinic hosted by St John Ambulance Bermuda delivered the Moderna Bivalent vaccine to nearly 150 people last weekend.

The charity plans to offer another pop-up clinic on December 10.

A spokesman said St John Ambulance offered the jab at no cost – with people lining up by 7.45am at its headquarters on Point Finger Road in Paget on Saturday.

Volunteers administered 142 doses of the vaccine.

Jeffrey Borges, the commissioner of the charity, thanked the team. He said: “The dedication of our volunteers is extraordinary and valuable to the community of Bermuda.”

The clinic planned for December 10 will run from 9am to 1pm.

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Published November 22, 2022 at 2:57 pm (Updated November 23, 2022 at 4:02 pm)

St John Ambulance gives Bermuda a booster shot

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