283 Doses Given At Mobile Vaccination Centre

May 29, 2021

A total of 283 doses were administered during the Mobile Covid-19 Vaccination Programme at National Sports Centre today [May 29], which also saw gift certificates and free meals provided by local businesses and the Frontline Foundation.

A Government spokesperson said, “Today the Close to Home Mobile Covid-19 Vaccination Programme was located at National Sports Centre.  A total of 283 total doses were administered, with 189 first doses and 94-second doses.

“Premier, the Hon. David Burt, JP, MP, thank attendees for getting the vaccine, as did Deputy Premier and Minister of Home Affairs, the Hon. Walter Roban, JP, MP and Ianthia Simmons Wade, JP, MP.

“Premier Burt also acknowledged the support of community and business partners Frontline Foundation, Red Laser, and Auto Solutions, who gave out gift cards and free meals from the caterer Kenny’s Kitchen to persons who received their vaccinations.

“For those people who want to hear about the Covid-19 vaccine from a trusted source, we recommend the Close to Home programme as an ideal opportunity to learn more. There are doctors on-site to answer any questions that you may have.

“The next Close To Home Covid-19 vaccination location will be at Shelly Bay Marketplace on Tuesday 1 June from 10 am – 2 pm. You don’t need an appointment.

“There is also a free mini-bus service to take people from their homes to the mobile vaccination sites and back to their homes afterwards. Call 533-5903 between 10.00 am and 1.30 pm if you need a ride to one of the mobile vaccination sites.

“Each of us has a role to play in stopping the spread of the coronavirus. Follow Public Health guidelines, wear a mask, practice good hand hygiene, maintain physical distance and download the WeHealthBermuda app. Do the research, talk with your doctor and make an informed decision about getting the Covid-19 vaccine.”




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  1. Krankowski says:

    Its kinda disgusting that people lined up in the rain 2 months ago, and now they are being lured in with car wash vouchers and free meals.

    I want as many as possible to get vaccinated but this does not reflect well on Government efforts. Nor does it reflect well on those that have waited this long.

    The safekey was clearly a complete waste too, as of 6/15 it’s pretty much redundant.

    • Now Ya Nice says:

      @Krankowski.if you wanted something to have been done sooner, then why didn’t you organize it, donate yourself or do something about it? Some people love the easy position of armchair quarterback and chief complainer.

      No one is being lured in. Do some research and might find that the vast majority of those vaccinated yesterday, were unaware that there were any gifts being offered as a token of thanks. Many people were there to get their 2nd shot and a few others didn’t take the gifts.

      These were private companies, individuals and charities that wanted to give back to the workers and the community. They ALL approached the government , not the government that approached them. Take off your judgement glasses and be grateful that we have people in this world that care, instead of complaining about what they didn’t get.

    • Money in Pitcher pockets says:

      Safekey was a temporary bridge to opening up AND a cash windfall for the Pitcher company!

      Just follow the money people- it’s easy!

  2. Thank you!!!! says:

    I thank the businesses for their generosity! I don’t agree with some of the things the Premier says or the way he acts at times, but in this instance,; I thank him for getting out there and encouraging fellow Bermudians to get vaccinated. Sometimes just clarification on misinformation, sometimes someone is just afraid of needles, and I think his presence helps! So thank you to everyone getting the vaccination, encouraging and supporting.