Public Health is hosting a vaccination drive for persons aged 16-24 at Camana Bay on Friday 9 April, 3:00 7:00pm on Forum Lane & Doctors Hospital Clinic.  Vac-CI-NATION event is to encourage the youngest age group of people who have not had their vaccine to come along for their first shot.Come along with your friends to get your COVID-19 vaccination (persons 16 & 17 must also have parent present for consent).FREE Entry with your Public Health vaccination card showing your first shot. This event is exclusively for persons aged 16-24 years old. If you have already had your shot, bring your vaccination card for free entry to the party and to enter for the raffle.

  • DMS’ DJ Dave Kelly will be providing music from 5 – 7pm
  • Photobooth
  • Treats & Drinks
  • Raffle Prizes – opportunity to win $100 Camana Bay Gift Cards (10 in total!)
Have questions about the vaccine?  Public Health Nurses & HSA Doctors will be on site to answer any questions you may have.  And no…you won’t turn into a Zombie!Thank you to our sponsors & partners:
  • Camana Bay
  • Health Services Authority (HSA)
  • Fosters
  • Doctor’s Hospital
  • Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman
To receive your vaccine, please remember to bring along the required identification:Everyone must present photo identification to receive the vaccine and demonstrate they are  ordinarily and legally resident  in the Cayman Islands. This includes Caymanians, Permanent Residents, people holding Work Permits, as well as Global Citizens and their families.  Persons other than those with a Cayman Islands Passport and/or Cayman Islands Voters Card must show proof they have initial permission to remain in the Islands for at least six months. Note that a Cayman Islands Driver’s License on its own is not sufficient proof of residency and will need to be shown in conjunction with another form of accepted ID as outlined below. Please bring a government photo ID showing Date of Birth (DOB)  AND  document/passport showing approval to be on island for six months from arrival:
  • Cayman Islands Driver’s License • Cayman Islands Passport • Cayman Islands Voters Card • A Global Citizens Certificate (GCCP) • Non-Caymanian passport showing approval to be on island for six months from arrival • Residency and Employment Rights Certificate (RERC) • Work Permit extension letter • Work Permit grant letter • Job letter (from a local organisation)