FLASHBACK - Left to right: Rajiv Diptee, President, Supermarket Association of Trinidad and Tobago with Ian Forbes, CEO (Ag), Angostura at SATT Mass Vaccination Site at Centre Pointe Mall, in August 2021. Angostura was on hand to distribute COVID-19 Packages to persons who were vaccinated.

The last day of operation for The Supermarket Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s (SATT) Mass Vaccination Site was Saturday 4th September 2021.

In an advisory issued this morning, SATT encourages members of the public to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at the alternative vaccination sites that have been organised around the country, by the Regional Health Authorities (RHAs).


• 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 (until 7th September)

• Debe Health Centre

• National Energy Skills Centre (NESC) Campus

• La Brea (from 8th September)

• Penal PowerGen Site

• South-West Regional Indoor Facility, Point Fortin (from 15th September)

• 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

For up-to-date information on Vaccination sites, members of the public are reminded to visit the Ministry of Health’s website and social media channels.