SafeKey Renewal Deadline Extended To Feb 15

January 14, 2022

It was previously announced that anyone with a vaccine based SafeKey whose second dose was older than 6 months would require a booster to renew it as of January 15th, however that has now been extended to February 15th.

Speaking at last night’s [Jan 13] press conference, Health Minister Kim Wilson said, “It was previously announced that anyone who is immunized and whose second dose is older than 6 months will require a booster to receive a renewed SafeKey, commencing on January 15, 2022.

“However, as we had limited vaccine centers open over the holiday as well as a delay with testing results, the deadline has been extended to February 15 to allow more time for those who wish to get their booster and be eligible for the automatic monthly renewal of their SafeKey.

“So, anyone who is immunised and whose second dose is older than 6 months will require a booster to receive a renewed SafeKey, starting on February 15th, 2022.”

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  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    “as a delay with testing results”

    Because you pissed off Dr. Carika Weldon so much she felt she had to quit!

  2. jon says:

    let this be a message to the vaccinated, the same way this government penalizes the unvaccinated, they are going to do the same to you. Now you cant get a safekey unless you get a booster shot and they are going to keep dangling that carrot in front of you for 4th, 5th and 6th booster shot to force compliance.

  3. aceboy says:

    End the EMO and these ridiculous rules NOW!

  4. Marie says:

    But yet you can travel to the US with 2 jabs but can’t eat in your own country without a booster (3 jabs). Please make it make sense.