Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine

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.

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.

We are now taking appointments for Phase 3 in the Vaccine Allocation Strategy, and we encourage everyone to complete the registration for

8 June is Fast Approaching

Bermuda’s current supplies of Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines expire on 30 June, 2021. 8 June, is the last day for the first shot of the Pfizer vaccine. You don’t need an appointment for any location. Just show up for your first shot of the vaccine.




Bermuda Government Pfizer Vaccine Deadline

Bermuda Government Pfizer Vaccine Deadline


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Every dose of the vaccine is extremely important and if you are suddenly unavailable for your appointment, please call the Hotline at 444-2498 and select Option #2, or email, as soon as possible so your appointment can be filled by somebody else who needs it. This simple step could save someone’s life.

Many people have questions about vaccines in general, and the COVID-19 vaccines specifically. Please browse the rest of this page for trusted sources of information on vaccines, and how the COVID-19 vaccination will be administered in Bermuda.

Vaccine Myth Busters: Addressing fears and concerns

Bermuda Government Vaccine Myth Busters - April 24 2021

Vaccination FAQs

Vaccine Fact vs Fiction

Vaccination and Travel

Please note that you cannot get your coronavirus vaccination (1st or 2nd dose) until your receive a negative day 4 test result.

Guidance for non-immunised travellers 

Guidance for immunised travellers


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