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COVID-19 vaccination center opens on Tuesday in Galisbay.

MARIGOT:--- Residents on Saint Martin that have not yet taken their COVID-19 vaccination can now do so by walking into the COVID-19 vaccination center that will be opened as of Tuesday, May 4th at Galisbay Carnival Village.
The center will be opened six days a week from 8 am to 4 pm. There will be no need to register online in order to receive the vaccines, however, everyone must be able to provide proof of address on the French side of the island, the proof of address could be an electricity or water bill or any other acceptable bill.
The ARS is also requesting that persons take along their carte vital or social security attestation since their COVID-19 vaccination information must be registered with the Social Security who will dispatch the “green passport” in the future. Upon receiving the COVID-19 vaccination an attestation will be provided for future references.
Those persons that are residing on the island illegally or unregistered, could also receive the vaccination whether or not they have Social Security. The undocumented persons must also provide proof of residence on the French side of Saint Martin in order to receive their shots.

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