Reminder: Current Vaccines Expire On June 30

May 23, 2021 | 16 Comments

The Ministry of Health is reminding everyone that “Bermuda’s current supplies of Pfizer BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines will expire on 30 June,” and noted that “for those who wish to get the Pfizer vaccine, there are no guarantees of Bermuda getting more doses in the immediate future.”

The Government posted the graphic below which states, “Bermuda’s current supplies of Pfizer BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines expire on 30 June. The Pfizer vaccine requires three weeks between doses. This means the last, first dose can be given on 8 June, 2021.

“The AstraZeneca vaccine, can be administered up to 12 weeks after the first dose. Therefore the first dose can be given until 30 June. with the second dose administered from a new batch of vaccines received from COVAX.

Sufficient quantities

“There is currently enough Covid-19 vaccines available in Bermuda for anyone who wants to be vaccinated. Once the existing batches of vaccines have expired, more will be sourced in the coming months. For those who wish to get the Pfizer vaccine, there are no guarantees of Bermuda getting more doses in the immediate future.

Vaccination centres

“Anyone wishing to get vaccinated can go to Bermuda College, which is open Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm for walk-ins. Additionally, appointments are provided between 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. The Bermuda Hospitals Board vaccine centre is open daily between 8:00 am – 8:00 pm for anyone with appointments. There are mobile vaccination centres available three times a week in various locations around the island.”

Health Ministry Vaccine Reminder Bermuda May 2021

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

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  1. susieQ says:

    Any news from the UK government on when we can start administering to 12 – 16-year-olds? I would hate to see so many vaccines go to waste when there is a waiting list in this category.

    • Sandgrownan says:

      Good question. I am also keen to know when we can brand anti-vax plague rats so the rest of us know who to avoid.

      • Neil says:

        As long as you rats remember that you will need to get vaccinated every six months. People who have recovered from the vaccine have natural immunity for eight months. Bet they didn’t tell you that

        • Question says:

          More of the myths you lot believe.

        • Sandgrownan says:

          I’m always fascinated by those who claim to know more, have that extra bit of crucial information the rest of us don’t.

          The anti-vax lobby is perhaps one of the most stupid movements we’ve seen

          • Lester says:

            “The anti-bad lobby is perhaps one of the most stupid movements I’ve ever seen” – person that used their proof of vaccine to get donuts and lottery tickets

  2. Sandgrownan says:

    How utterly retarded it is, how unbelievably embarrassing and fundamentally stupid it is that we live in a country where close to a 100% vaccination rate is possible, within our grasp and we have vaccines expiring and we are even giving them away.

    All because of idiotic plandemic anti-vaccine crowd. I genuinely hate you all, you are the reason we cannot have nice things.

    • Jevon Ray says:

      Hate? To hate someone that makes a different choice than you is going backwards. This is 2021 not 1963. Treat people the way you want to be treated and we’ll get along fine.

      • saud says:

        “Treat people the way you want to be treated and we’ll get along fine.”

        That’s funny. You’re racist and homophobic and treat other people like s%^$.

    • Jesse says:

      What is truely sad is that people like you exist. Just because somebody chooses not to vaccinate themselves you call them rats and you hate them. Your the lab rat

    • Just A Nobody says:

      And to think… you’re probably against something that someone in the world thinks all people should do, but you’re sticking to your beliefs and not doing so, and they probably genuinely hate you equally. Circle of life. *shrug*

      • sandgrownan says:

        What ever else I may or may not believe, it doesn’t affect anyone else. Anti-vaxers affect us all. That’s the key differential.

  3. Disgusted says:

    Antivaxxers are selfish

    • Jesse says:

      Selfish because they made a different decision from you? Guess ill assume you give all your money to poor people since your such an unselfish person

    • Just A Nobody says:

      You’re absolutely right. Anti-vaxxers are the selfish ones.

      Anti-vaxxers- “ I’m not getting vaccinated. I have my reasons which is no one’s business.”

      Some of the non-vaccinated- “ I want to see what this vaccination does. I don’t want to put anything in my body that I’m not sure what it’s about. I want to see more studies…. more trials… the long term effects. I’ve chosen not to get vaccinated at this time.”

      Some of the vaccinated (and those who are secretly pissed but say it’s everyone’s choice): “booooo wannhhhh all the people who aren’t getting vaccinated are all anti-vaxx. *cry cry cry* no one cares how you feel. We don’t care that you’re trying to look out for your health. Just do it so I and the rest of the vaccinated can get back to what WE want to do. Wannnhhhhh *stomps feet* you anti-vaxxers are so selfish. How dare you not put your health at risk so I can live MY best life!”

      Not speaking of all, nor for your experience, but most anti-vaxxers I’ve met haven’t said anything harsh about those choosing to get vaccinated. The hate is unreal towards those who have their reasons why they’re choosing not to get the vaccine at this moment or at all, yet you self proclaimed vaccinated elite just cry and bellyache about people being selfish and spew your hatred.

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