Technical Problems At The Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, & Vaccination Expiration Date Coming Says Health Minister Wilson

The Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit database is currently offline due to technical difficulties. Therefore, COVID-19 statistics are not able to be provided today. An update will be provided once the situation is resolved, which we anticipate in the coming days.

The Ministry of Health reminds the public that the current supply of the COVID-19 vaccines expires at the end of June. COVID-19 vaccines are available at the following locations during June.

  • Somerset pharmacy – call for appointments- 234-2484
  • Wee-Care Pediatrics – their patients and family members 12 and over as there are no more pediatric vaccines. Please call for an appointment – 296-3032.
  • Edgewood Pediatric Services for their patients and family members 12 and over as there are no more pediatric vaccines. Please call for an appointment – 295-8000.
  • Omni Medical – June 25 for the general public. Walk-ins are welcome. However, appointments are preferred. 236-3838.
  • Northshore Medical – Please call for an appointment – 293-5476.
  • Somers Medical Services/Dr Laura Murphy (for their patients only). Please call for an appointment – 295-1110.
  • Bermuda Healthcare Services/Dr Reddy. Please call for an appointment – 236-2810.
  • Bermuda Diabetes Association – June 22nd and 29th, 9 am – 12 noon. Open to the public. Please call for an appointment – 297-8427 or visit:
  • King Edward Hospital on Saturday, June 18th, 8 am – 7:30 pm. Walk-ins only. For more assistance you may call 444-2498.

“Now is the time to get the coronavirus vaccine or get boosted,” said Minister of Health, Kim Wilson, JP, MP. “Time is running out. There will be no vaccines in July and August, and those getting their first COVID-19 vaccination now will have to wait until Autumn for their second vaccination.

“Vaccination is recognised globally as one of the essential measures individuals can take to protect themselves, their loved ones and their community.

“All Bermuda residents play a critical role in helping reduce the spread and impact of the coronavirus. While not mandatory, the Ministry of Health strongly urges all individuals to get the coronavirus vaccination. If you are vaccinated and test positive, you are less likely to experience severe illness, less likely to require hospitalisation and die.”

Vaccines are offered to Bermuda’s residents who meet the following criteria:

  • Patients aged 12 and above are eligible for 1st, 2nd or 3rd dose. The time between the 1st and 2nd dose must be at least 21 days. The time between the 2nd dose and 3rd dose booster must be at least 5 months.
  • Residents 50 years or older, and immunocompromised residents are eligible for a 4th dose of the COVID-19 vaccine provided their 3rd dose was at least 5 months ago.

COVID-19 vaccinations will not be available in July and August

For more information on getting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine visit

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