Vaccine Walk-Ins Available At Bermuda College

April 21, 2021 | 2 Comments

The Bermuda College Vaccination Centre is accepting walk-in clients this week from 8am to 8pm on Thursday and Friday, and 9am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Speaking at last night’s [April 20] press conference, Minister of Health Kim Wilson said, “The expansions in the vaccinations programs at the Bermuda College and the Hospital helped us to exceed 5000 doses in one week for the first time!

“Well done, and thank you to the entire vaccination team. I extend my personal thanks to all those working at the Bermuda College Vaccination Centre, as well as the Bermuda Hospitals Board. Kudos to you, well done!

“The vaccine programme has expanded hours and days so that we can move towards community immunity. To push us towards achieving our goal, the Bermuda College is accepting walk-ins this week. Thursday and Friday are 8am to 8pm, Saturday and Sunday are 9am to 3pm. You don’t need to register – just show up.“

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You can find more information on the links below and also on our dedicated website, which is the most comprehensive resource and historic record available of Bermuda’s handling of the pandemic.

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  1. SOB says:

    So what does that mean for those of us with appts over the that time? Will there be a walk in vs appt line?

  2. Common Sense says:

    The decision to get vaccinated or not should be based on a risk/benefit basis. We have seen that the risks of the vaccination so far have been minimal. Obviously those who should not get the shot; (eg those at risk of anaphylaxis) should not get it. We do know from other vaccines that adverse effects from vaccine ,if seen, are overwhelmingly seen within 3 months of the shot, and delayed effects are almost non existent. The benefits of the shot are well seen. There is almost 0% risk of dying or needing hospital care in those vaccinated. There is some risk of those vaccinated testing positive and acting like asymptomatic carriers with low viral load and small risk of spreading it to others.
    I don’t think that there is anyone on this earth that can deny the tragedy of Covid with all the deaths and those suffering from the long term adverse effects of the virus which are real and not unproved fantasies like the delayed bad effects of the vaccine.
    In my opinion, humble as it is, everyone will either get the vaccine, or the disease; and the vaccine is by far the lesser of the evils. The sooner we end this pandemic the better. Enough said!

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