Antigua And Barbuda Receives 16,800 Doses Of The Astra Zeneca Vaccine


Antigua and Barbuda received 16,800 doses of the Astra Zeneca vaccine that were secured through the COVAX facility.

Health Minister, the honourable Sir Molwyn Joseph and Director of Pharmaceutical Services, Alfred Athill collected the Vaccines at the V.C Bird International Airport.

The public is being encouraged to actively participate in the COVID-19 vaccination program to create herd immunity, whereby the majority of the population is protected from becoming seriously ill with COVID-19.

With herd immunity, it is expected that the country will return to some degree of normalcy, thereby facilitating economic, social and cultural activities with greater ease of travel.

To date, 34,644 first doses of the Covid-19 vaccines have been administered, while 23,430 second doses were administered.

Meanwhile, residents are reminded of the four vaccination sites: Villa Polyclinic, Glanvilles Polyclinic, Perry Bay Multipurpose Cultural and Exhibition Center, and the Precision Center in Paynters.

The public vaccination sites will operate on Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment is reminding the public that pre-registration for COVID-19 vaccination continues.

For online registration, visit and select the “Vaccine Registration” tab.

Persons who have received the first dose are also advised to secure their vaccination cards, as these must be presented for the second COVID-19 vaccine dose.

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  1. Is More-lies Joseph going to lift the container of vaccines over the Port fence too like the Rolls Royce?

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