The DVG is urging 3500 persons to get their second Pfizer COVID -19 vaccine

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 28-11-2021.

ORANJESTAD - The Department of Public Health (DVG) has 3500 persons registered who have not received their second Pfizer COVID vaccine yet and is urging them to get this administered as soon as possible.

Covid-19 coronavirus vaccineThese persons can walk-in at the DVG’s office located at the Caya Ing. Roland Lacle # 4 during regular office hours from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 11:30 am and from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm for their second vaccine. Each person should bring an ID card or valid AZV registration card or the AZV app and the registration card they received after getting the first vaccine.

It is essential to obtain the second vaccine three weeks after the first vaccine to get the highest protection against Covid. A single dose of the Covid vaccine does not provide the most effective protection. Persons with only one vaccine are considered as non vaccinated and will not receive the vaccine certificate, except for those previously infected with Covid and who received the first vaccine.

The DVG urges these 3500 persons to get their second vaccine. They also encourage parents with children ages 12 and up to also walk in with their child for their vaccine. For more information or questions, please contact the DVG at 280.0101 or 5224200.

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