Adriaan Basson | The case for mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations in SA

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Mandatory vaccination: the author argues that President Cyril Ramaphosa should consider making Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for all South Africans.
Mandatory vaccination: the author argues that President Cyril Ramaphosa should consider making Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for all South Africans.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Cabinet can no longer dither on our stuttering vaccination rollout. They need to be creative and bold. This is a crisis, writes Adriaan Basson.

Like many of you, I felt utterly deflated at the end of last week.

Just when we thought our lives were returning to some kind of normal, the latest coronavirus mutation, that sounds like the name of a fertiliser company, hit our shores.

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