Coronavirus COVID-19 News specific to South Africa

Düber

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Plans are in place to inoculate 16.5 million people from May to October with the aid of private healthcare providers, which will buy shots from the national government. This forms part of the phase 2 of the rollout, targeting vulnerable individuals and essential workers.

Phase 3 of the rollout, which will open up the shots to the rest of the country, are expected to start in November.


2022 Here we come...
When I hear "plans" and "government" in the same sentence...
Even working weekends that is over 90k vaccinations a day, doable but I am not holding my breath.

/Rinses out his mask.
 

biometrics

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Overstrand active cases (Kleinmond, Hermanus, Stanford and Gansbaai)

27 Nov 41
29 Nov 64
7 Dec 98
9 Dec 122
11 Dec 138
14 Dec 207
17 Dec 287
18 Dec 314
21 Dec 376
23 Dec 481
24 Dec 559
28 Dec 661
30 Dec 623
31 Dec 748
4 Jan 733
6 Jan 678
8 Jan 734
11 Jan 507
14 Jan 656
18 Jan 759
20 Jan 511
22 Jan 482
25 Jan 478
27 Jan 418
29 Jan 422
1 Feb 160
3 Feb 161
8 Feb 123
10 Feb 114
12 Feb 105
15 Feb 82
19 Feb 68
24 Feb 67
26 Feb 65
5 Mar 49
8 Mar 40
12 Mar 40
15 Mar 35
19 Mar 24
26 Mar 14
29 Mar 17
6 Apr 20
12 Apr 14
19 Apr 11
26 Apr 6
3 May 21

And there is the upturn...
 

Bryn

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It sucks that private companies can't buy vaccines. Discovery members would be nearly done by now.

The only people I know who are vaccinated are health workers. My dad and his fiancé got the J+J shot in recent weeks.
 
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