Wednesday, August 17, 2022

PM Visits Vaccination Sites, Thanks Frontliners & Citizens

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet visited two COVID-19 vaccination sites on Tuesday as this country began the latest phase of  its COVID-19 Vaccination Response.

He said it was a way to express his gratitude to the Frontliners and citizens who were courageously participating in the day’s ‘extremely vital exercise’.

“I took the opportunity to visit the two Vaccination sites which were in Grand Riviere, Dennery and the Ti Rocher Wellness Centre in my constituency of Micoud South,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook page.

He said he was proud to witness Senator Angelina Phera Polius at the Vaccination site in Dennery, leading by example and getting vaccinated whilst also giving voluntary assistance.

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The  rest of the schedule for this week for Phase 1B is as follows:

DATE

 

VENUE
Wednesday  March 3, 2021 Bexon Wellness Centre
Thursday  March 4, 2021

 

Desruisseaux Parish Hall
Friday  March 5, 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marigot Secondary School

Dennery Seventh Day Adventist Church

Micoud Multi-Purpose Centre

Laborie Wellness Centre

Choiseul Fisheries Complex

Saturday   March 6, 2021 Phillip Marcellin Grounds, Vieux Fort

 

According to the Ministry of Health, this phase is expected to last about eight weeks.

And it says the campaign will then smoothly transition into its third phase.

That phase involves vaccinating the rest of the population.

As a result, the Ministry encourages people who have decided to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to register.

They can do so via the online platform at www.hmi.govt.lc or call their nearest Community Wellness Center.

Headline photo courtesy PM’s Facebook page

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