COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule June 2021.

| 28th May 2021 | 1 Comment

(RCN)

The Public Health Department has published the latest schedule for the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for June 2021.

The current batch of vaccines are set to expire at the end of June, therefore persons who still have not received their first dose are encouraged to get the vaccine before June 9th to allow for the second dose to be administered 21 days later.

“From Thursday June 10th we will be administering second dose only with the current batch of vaccine,” said Dr Hazel Brown, HSA Chief Nursing Officer. “During this time, we encourage people to come forward for their second dose when it is due, as we have allocated these vaccines for these individuals.”

Please check the vaccine schedule for various times and locations.

COVID-19 vaccination clinic reminders:

•             COVID vaccine is available to ALL persons 16 years and over (regardless of surname).

•             Photo ID showing date of birth is still required, however, persons no longer need to provide identification to demonstrate they are an ordinarily and legally resident

•             Bring your completed consent form for Dose 1. Visit hsa.ky to download the form here

•             Persons who have received their first dose are reminded to get their second dose 21 days later or no longer than 12 weeks after the first dose.

•             When receiving your 2nd dose, you MUST also bring along your vaccination card reflecting your 1st dose.

•             Do not laminate your vaccination card at any time. (If you have already done so, please bring your vaccination card to the ORIA Vaccination Clinic along with your photo ID.)

•             Park in the long-term parking lot.

•             Do not bring children, when possible.

•             No pets allowed at the vaccination clinic.

•             Facemasks required.

•            Persons 60 years and older will be given priority.

Category: Covid-19

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John Fleming is the Editor in Chief at Real Cayman News. He found RCN in 2020, to be a young voice in Cayman Media. John likes to write about Politics, Current Affairs, Education, Community and Health. You can contact John at 925 5511 or john.fleming@realcaymannews.com

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  1. Anonymous says:

    will keep asking the same questions:
    what happens if we reach the impossible ever changing target?…cig has never said what would happen.
    what happens when we don’t reach the target?
    why are we denying vaccinated people freedom of travel?
    is cayman trying to stay covid and virus free forever?
    we have protected our at risk groups and health service and have one of the highest vaccinations rates in the world….what is cayman afraid of?
    will wait for answers.

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