IN-DEPTH | 'If you don't want to, live with the consequences' - 6 experts on vaccine passports

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Government will soon provide clarity on vaccine passports.
Government will soon provide clarity on vaccine passports.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening said the government will soon provide clarity on vaccination passports to be used as proof of inoculation against Covid-19.

The announcement was made during Ramaphosa's televised address where he said the country would move to lockdown Level 2 which will reduce the curfew hours, and increase liquor sales trading hours. 

The remarks immediately drew fierce criticism, with the ACDP and AfriForum indicating that they that they would oppose any measures by the state to force people to get vaccinated. 

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