The coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for many people. The Government of Bermuda recognises the disruption COVID-19 has caused for everyone and is committed to providing the resources necessary to lessen the health, economic and social impacts of the virus.
Vaccination is recognised globally as one of the single most important measures that individuals can take to protect themselves, their loved ones and their community.
However, many people have questions about vaccines in general, and the COVID-19 vaccines specifically. Please browse this page for trusted sources of information on vaccines, and how the COVID-19 vaccination will be administered in Bermuda.
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. Please be patient as there will be a phased roll-out as supplies of the vaccines become available and there are people for whom taking the vaccine is a matter of life and death, so we must ensure they are first to be able to get it. As a result of this phased roll-out you may not be able to get vaccinated right away.
If you fall within the groups we are currently prioritizing for the COVID-19 vaccine, you can register your interest in taking the vaccine by completing the registration form or by calling 444-2498, option #2. Please click here to register on the new form.
Vaccination and Travel
Please note that you cannot get your coronavirus vaccination (1st or 2nd dose) until your receive a negative 14 day
s test result.
Every dose of the vaccine is extremely important, so if you are suddenly unavailable to make your appointment, please call the Hotline at 444-2498 (Option #2) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vaccine Allocation Strategy
Click here to learn about the vaccine allocation strategy.
The Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine
Click here to learn about the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
The Vaccination Process
Click here to learn about the vaccination process.
Vaccination Centre Locations
Click here to learn about the vaccination centre locations.
Click here for answers to various vaccine-related questions.
Vaccine Fact vs Fiction
Click here to differentiate fact from fiction with regards to the vaccine.
Employer's Resource Toolkit
Click here to review the Employer's Resource Toolkit.