Making vaccinations easier for the elderly in Gauteng

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The Gauteng government has made more vaccination sites available and is encouraging the elderly to get their jab, with registration and vaccination happening on site. Photo: Supplied
The Gauteng government has made more vaccination sites available and is encouraging the elderly to get their jab, with registration and vaccination happening on site. Photo: Supplied

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The Gauteng government is making vaccination easier for its residents, especially the elderly. 

More vaccination have been added for a more convenient and efficient vaccination process.

People who are 60 years and older can visit their local vaccination sites and they will be registered and vaccinated onsite.

No one will be turned away.

You can contact the Gauteng toll-free hotline on 0800 428 8364 for assistance on EDVS registration and vaccination sites closer to you.

To download programme for more information click here.


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