The Public Health Department will launch the COVID-19 National Vaccination Campaign on Friday 8th January 2021.
The National Vaccination Plan outlines different groups in the community to be vaccinated based on vulnerability and potential exposure to COVID-19. The vaccinations will be free and available to persons in Stage 1, Group A (see attached for all Stages & Groups).
The Sister Islands will be conducting COVID-19 vaccines starting Sunday 10th January 2021 as part of the Public Health Department’s National Vaccination Campaign. The vaccinations are free and available to persons in Stage 1 of the National Vaccination Plan.
Location: Aston Rutty Centre Medical Wing Flu Clinic
Date: Sunday 10th January – Tuesday 12th January 2021
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Vaccinations will be available at the Little Cayman Clinic on Wednesday 13th January from 10am – 1pm.
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.
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 here or on site.
For persons attending the COVID Vaccination Clinic (George Town location) at the Cayman Islands please park in the Seventh Day Adventist Church adjacent to A&E. Signage for the clinic will direct persons to the clinic.
Public Health have organised on-site vaccinations for residents and staff of institutional facilities, frontline staff dealing with incoming travellers and healthcare workers from the private hospitals.