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Public health nurse first to get COVID jab

Published:Wednesday | March 10, 2021 | 9:06 AM
The jab was administered at the Good Samaritan Inn in Kingston.

Public health nurse Marcia Thomas Yettman today began the first person in Jamaica to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

The jab was administered at the Good Samaritan Inn in Kingston.

Health and Wellness Minister, Dr Christopher Tufton, was present to witness the occasion.

Thomas Yettman is among a host of frontline workers who are receiving the vaccine today.

Jamaica on Monday received 50,000 of the AstraZeneca vaccine from India.

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