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Business Insider SA/Ntando Thukwana

Discovery Health has been hit by allegations that they are vaccinating its medical aid members who are not yet eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations. 

The medical group is one of the private sector companies working with the national health department to vaccinate people. 

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