Jamaican News

Some 100,000 doses of Pfizer Vaccines Arrived in Country

October 29, 2021 | Zhane Squire |

Jamaica has received another shipment of Pfizer vaccines this afternoon. The just over 100,000 doses arrived at the Norman Manley international Airport in Kingston and is another delivery through our paid COVAX facility.

As previously announced, the Ministry of Health & Wellness will prioritize the members of the public, who are due their second dose. These persons must schedule an appointment via the online portal at www.moh.gov.im or call the Vaccination Centre at 888.ONE-LOVE (888-663-5683). Persons will be able to choose their preferred date, time and vaccination center.

Members of the public should take a government issued identification (school ID for students or letter from a Justice of the Peace and their vaccination card to their appointments.

100,600 doses of the Pfizer Vaccine REACH!!!

Source Ministry of Health 

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