COVID-19 Vaccine Card Collection Extended, Shifts to the Villa Polyclinic


The general public is advised that persons who received vaccination at the Villa Polyclinic, Sir Novelle Richards Academy (SNRA), and the Multipurpose Cultural and Exhibition Center can still collect their outstanding vaccination cards from Monday 29th March 2021 to Thursday 1st April 2021.

The collection period will close for the Easter Holiday commencing Friday 2nd April 2021. Card collection will shift to the Villa Polyclinic to facilitate this extension.  Card collection takes place between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm. For vaccine card collection, an ID must be presented.

Pre Registration for the COVID-19 Vaccine continues. For online registration, please visit and select the “Vaccine Registration” tab. Upon clicking the tab, you will be required to fill out your general information and when completed, click “submit”. Your registration is then completed.

Registration call center numbers are 788-8299, 736-8295, 736-8298, 736-8299, 780-8618, 780-8652, 780-8678 and 780-8461, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 3 pm, closed on public holidays.

Pre-registration is vital for efficiency in the next phase of the vaccination process.

After your COVID-19 Vaccine:

Even after vaccination, continue to follow COVID-19 protocols, control Chronic Illnesses, stay hydrated, exercise regularly, eat a balanced diet and get adequate rest.

The general public is also advised to be mindful of the safety and security of your vaccine card. Your vaccine card is essential for your second vaccine dose.

If you had any persistent adverse reaction following your COVID-19 vaccine, call the COVID-19 hotline at 462-6843 weekdays only, to report your reaction and to seek guidance.

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  1. Just as I predicted many weeks ago.This matter of the cards would become like a nightmare.When those persons were Vaccinated.Their cards should have been given to them there and then.Then when the second shot is scheduled.You would bring that card with you to be recorded with the second shot information.That what is they do in real places.Are you creating work for persons to give the cards out after the fact?

  2. Antigua is not a real place. Can you imagine in the US with Millions being vaccinated cards are not being given out then? Should never happen that people have to return for cards. Hope the next round of vaccines will be properly organized.

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