PICS | First South African to get Covid-19 jab gets back to work right away and delivers baby

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Nurse Zoliswa Gigi-Dyosi of the Khayelitsha District Hospital gets the first jab.
Nurse Zoliswa Gigi-Dyosi of the Khayelitsha District Hospital gets the first jab.
Marvin Charles, News24

Zoliswa Gidi-Dyosi, the smiling nurse who was the first person to get the Covid-19 vaccine in South Africa, got back to work just hours after getting the jab and delivered a healthy baby at the Khayelitsha District Hospital in Cape Town.

Gidi-Dyosi received the first dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Wednesday. At first she was nervous but now she can't be happier.

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