COVID-19 Vaccination

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COVID-19 vaccination information and resources:
 
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Know the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine, and help stop the spread of misinformation, fear and fake news.

Q & A with Professor Hassan Mahomed on the COVID-19 Vaccine 
What vaccines will RSA use & why?
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine explained
Vaccine efficacy against the 501Y.V2 variant
In phase 1, are HCWs being experimented on?
Vaccine prevention against COVID-19
Why are HCWs getting vaccinated first?
The decision of who gets vaccinated when
What will happen if I decline vaccination?
The question of choice & vaccination
Safety for those with chronic conditions
Is it safe for pregnant women?
Are there any long term side effects?
What’s in a vaccine and how they work
Efficacy of vaccines explained
Herd immunity explained
The vaccination rollout & the third wave
Health workers on the COVID-19 Vaccine
Getting our vaccinators ready

Vaccinator training underway as the Western Cape prepares to roll out the vaccine.

Stay informed about the vaccines

COVID-19 has turned our worlds upside down, but we are all in this together.

Help saves lives and vaccinate

The COVID-19 the vaccine will help in beat the deadly Coronavirus.

Vaccines help your body fight deadly viruses

Nurse Leonie Muggels from Mitchells Plain Hospital encourages communities and colleagues take the vaccines to protect themselves and their loved ones.

Karel Wildschut getting vaccinated abroad.

Karel Wildschut, originally from Macassar and now living in Cambridge, explains the process of getting vaccinated abroad.

Getting vaccinated to boost her immune system

Beaunez Coerecius is adament that she'll get her vaccination against Covid-19 to boost her immune system and protect herself and others against serious disease.

Get the vaccine to save lives

Sr Gaynor Pedro says that she became a nurse to save lives and by getting the vaccine we can all save lives

Asekhona protecting those close to her

Asekhona wants to protect not only herself but also those close to her.

Nosiphiwo Runeli, Kwanokuthula Community Day Centre

Nosiphiwo Runeli, a registry clerk at Kwanokuthula Community Day Centre, is getting the vaccine to protect herself and fellow frontline workers from COVID-19.

Sr Shiyamba cautions against fake news

Sr Shiyamba from Kleinvlei CDC is keen to get the vaccine. She cautions against fake news and misinformation on social media.

Vaccinations saves lives

Sr Bulela Toto is looking forward to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

Protecting ourselves & loved ones

Michael Arends believes getting the COVID-19 vaccination is the logical thing to do to protect ourselves, our friends, families and colleagues.

Let’s Talk : COVID-19 vaccine Western Cape

Health Experts encourages the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine.