As part of the Public Health Departments National Vaccination Campaign the Sister Islands will continue to administer the COVID-19 vaccines to those in Stage 1 (Group A, B & C) and Stage 2, Group A, who are all persons over the age of 16 with a medical condition who are vulnerable.For persons who fall within Stage 1 and who have not yet been vaccinated and Stage 2 (Group A), dose one of the vaccines is available on Wednesday 27 January Thursday 28 January.For persons who have been vaccinated at least 21 days ago, dose 2 of the vaccine is available on Saturday 30th January, Sunday 31st, Monday 1st February, and Tuesday 2 February. Location: Aston Rutty Centre Medical Wing Flu Clinic Time: 9:00am 1:00pmVaccinations will be available at the Little Cayman Clinic on Wednesday 3 February from 10am 1pm.All COVID-19 vaccinations are free.Persons receiving the vaccine must wear a facemask, present a Government photo ID and sign the COVID-19 vaccine consent form. The form is available at or . Persons receiving their second dose must present their vaccination card. No appointment necessary.Residents of the Sister Islands with questions please contact 925-1190. Public Health have organised on-site vaccinations for residents and staff of institutional facilities.For the most up to date schedule, CLICK HERE . *Schedule subject to change. APPENDIX: Stage One: Group A Residents and staff of institutional facilitiesIndividuals aged 70+Healthcare workers and first respondersAll frontline staff dealing with incoming travellers Group B Adults 60+ or with a relevant health status Group C Workers essential to Government continuity Stage Two: Group A Anyone aged 16-60 with relevant medical conditions predisposing to COVID-19 Group B Those living at home with persons from stage one of the programmeEssential workers, teachers, school staff Stage Three: Those aged 50+Everyone else 16+ who has not been vaccinated