33,000 Children Get Pfizer Vaccine in T&T

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MORE than 33,000 children over 12 years have received a dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.

In a release on Friday, the Ministry of Health stated that vaccination of people 12 to 18 years began on August 18.

It stated, “To date, over 33,000 persons in Trinidad and Tobago from this age group have received their first dose of this World Health Organization (WHO) approved Covid-19 vaccine.

“Parents and guardians are reminded that full vaccination is achieved two weeks after receipt of the second dose of this WHO-approved vaccine.”

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The ministry stated that the second dose could be administered three weeks after the first dose.

Covid-19 vaccination locations for 12 to 18 years old:


  • Hasely Crawford Stadium (Drive-thru)
  • National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA)
  • Paddock, Queens Park Savannah


  • Ato Boldon Stadium
  • UTT Chaguanas Campus


  • COSTATT Campus, El Dorado
  • Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway (Drive-thru)
  • Larry Gomes Stadium
  • Duranta Gardens Community Centre
  • National Racquet Centre, Tacarigua
  • Sangre Grande Civic Centre
  • Hansraj Sumairsingh Multipurpose Complex, Rio Claro
  • Mayaro Civic Centre


  • Cedros Health Centre (22ndto 23rd and 26th to 28th September, 2021)
  • Debe Health Centre
  • National Energy Skills Centre (NESC) Campus – La Brea (8thto 14th September, 2021)
  • Penal PowerGen Site
  • South West Regional Indoor Facility, Point Fortin (15thto 21st September, 2021)
  • Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA)


  • Canaan Health Centre
  • Les Coteaux Health Centre
  • Mason Hall Community Centre
  • Roxborough Health Centre
  • Scarborough Health Centre
  • Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort



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