Vaccination campaign ‘turns to shut-ins’ – Major Clarke – Barbados Today

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With close to 48,000 Barbadians having received the first dose of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, the country’s vaccination campaign will turn its attention to ensure the country’s elderly shut-ins get the jab, its coordinator revealed Friday. National vaccination co-cordinator Major David Clarke said with the first phase, which included frontline workers, some people aged 70 […]
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