Goal To Vaccinate 19,000 Residents By March

January 24, 2021 | 2 Comments

“Our goal in Bermuda is to have 19,000 residents administered two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine by the end of March,” Premier David Burt said.

The Government posted the graphic below online, which cites Premier Burt as saying, “Our goal in Bermuda is to have 19,000 residents administered two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine by the end of March which equates to 36% of the population who are eligible to be administered the vaccine at this time [16 & over]. That means that we will work to deliver 36,000 doses in the next 70 days. It is a massive undertaking, but I know without question that as a country, we can do it.”

Bermuda Government Covid Vaccination Goal Jan 2021

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  1. Southampton says:

    Many people have been complaining how long it takes to get the vaccine.
    It is too slow. Really slow. I saw people leave before they received their shot.
    One woman had an appointment at 10:45am and was still there at 1:00pm.
    Who ever is in charge at the vaccine center needs to be replaced.

    • JAWS says:

      I attended the Police Recreational Club and received my jab. Everything went smoothly stop the lies fish. I was impressed with the professional detail they gave to me and witness first hand how they dealt with other people also. Thank you health care workers continue doing a good job and don’t get distracted by a$$ holes.

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