Thursday, February 29, 2024

AstraZeneca vaccines available


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The wait for people who require the COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine is over.

The Ministry of Health and Wellness has received a limited amount of AstraZeneca vaccines. Individuals who require a second dose or a first or second booster with AstraZeneca are advised to check the vaccination schedule and go to their respective polyclinic or vaccination centre as soon as possible.

The Ministry also reminds the public that vaccination sites do not operate on Saturdays.

People are also advised that COVID-19 vaccines for children five to 12 years old will soon be available. The Ministry will inform members of the public as to when they will be accessible. (PR/SAT)


  1. It is interesting that the media is not addressing the coaching or lack thereof. In any other country, that horrible coaching team would have been fired. Instead, they keep focusing on individual players. Cut the head off the monster and start from fresh.


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