“Jab And Jam” Event At Bermuda College

June 4, 2021 | 2 Comments

The Vaccination Centre at the Bermuda College will be holding a “Jab And Jam” event tomorrow [June 5], with “ music, food, fun, and lots of giveaways.”

The Bermuda Government posted the graphic below online, saying: “Since the mobile vaccination programme began on April 27, a total of 2,665 vaccines have been given as of June 3. About 70% of injections were administered to people receiving their first dose.

“The Bermuda College Vaccination Centre, is open Monday – Friday [from now until 8 June] from 9am – 1pm.

“The Bermuda College Vaccination Centre is also holding a Jab, and Jam event on Saturday 5 June from 10am – 6pm, – there will be music, food, fun, and lots of giveaways. We encourage anyone who wants to get vaccinated to attend this event at the Bermuda College this Saturday.”

Jab & Jam Event Bermuda June 2021

Update June 5th, 9.45am: The Government has provided a new graphic for today’s ‘Jab and Jam’ which provides information on some of the giveaways, which include a $5,000 Masters gift certificate, two nights at the Hamilton Princess and more.

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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. Christine Mello says:

    What are the chances that the UK Gvt will allow Bda to use the remaining Pfizer vaccine for our children ages 12 – 15 before this Tuesday June 8th? If not can Bda negotiate additional Pfizer vaccines so we can proceed with vaccinating our 12-15 year old’s before school starts in September?

    https://news.sky.com/story/uk-medicines-regulator-approves-pfizer-jab-for-12-to-15-year-olds-12324656

  2. Richard says:

    They have already arranged it. Teenagers who were registered are being vaccinated this weekend. Credit to the government for moving swiftly.

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