COVID-19 vaccination rollout begins in Sierra Leone


Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health and Sanitation has issued a public notice about its COVID-19 vaccination drive. According to the notice, the first phase began on Monday, March  22, and will continue through Wednesday, March 31. Target beneficiaries are below:

Health care workers (Public & Private) Every Health care worker irrespective of age.

  • Military Officers Age 40 years and above
  • Police Officers Age 40 years and above
  • Fire Force Officers Age 40 years and above
  • Prison Officers Age 40 years and above
  • Teachers (Public & Private) Age 40 years and above
  • Lecturers and Instructors (Public & Private) Age 40 years and above
  • Social Workers Age 40 years and above
  • Custom & Immigration Officers Age 40 years and above
  • General Public Age 70 years and above

The following health facilities have been designated as vaccination sites: 

BOMBALI

 Makeni Gov’t Hospital
 Kamabai CHC

KONO

 Koidu Gov’t Hospital
 UMC Jiama Sewafe

MOYAMBA

 Moyamba Gov’t Hospital
 Njala University

BONTHE

 Bonthe Gov’t Hospital
 UBC Hospital- Mattru

KAMBIA

Kambia Gov’t Hospital
Madina CHC

TONKOLILI

Magburaka Govt Hospital
Mile 91

FALABA

 Mongor CHC
 Falaba CHC

KOINADUGU

Kabala Gov’t Hospital
Alkalia CHC

WESTERN RURAL

 Waterloo CHC
 Goderich CHC
 Lumley Hospital

BO

 Bo Gov’t Hospital
 Koribondo CHC

KARENE

 Kamakwie Hospital
 Gbinti CHC

WESTERN URBAN

 Rokupa Gov’t Hospital
 Kingharman Road Hospital
 Macauley Street Hospital

KAILAHUN

 Kailahun Gov’t Hospital
 Nixon Segbwema

PORTLOKO

 Port loko Gov’t Hospital
 Lungi Govt Hospital

KENEMA

 Kenema Gov’t Hospital
 Panguma Hospital

PUJEHUN

 Pujehun Gov’t Hospital
 Zimmi CHC

Vaccine recipients will be notified about the date for their second dose at the vaccination site.

For more information follow the Ministry of Health and Sanitation on Twitter @mohs_sl ( https://twitter.com/mohs_sl)
Like the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Government-Organization/Ministry-of-Health-and-Sanitation-Sierra-Leone-697016430737560/)

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