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SA’s plan to secure Covid-19 vaccine unclear as world scrambles to stockpile millions of doses

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The AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine can be stored in a domestic fridge. PHOTO: the conversation
The AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine can be stored in a domestic fridge. PHOTO: the conversation

South Africans remain in the dark over the government's strategy and potential funding mechanisms to secure millions of doses of Covid-19 vaccines.

This week, the Presidency and health department were asked for more details about efforts to secure access to vaccines when one of numerous candidate vaccines are proved to be effective and safe.

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