From Waterfall to Durban, here’s where you can get your Covid-19 vaccine
A TOTAL of 217 511 people, aged 35, have been registered on the Electronic Vaccine Data System, and are scheduled to start getting vaccinated on August 1.
This is according to KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Nomagugu Simelane who was speaking at Imbalenhle Community Health Care (CHC) in Pietermaritzburg on July 20.
The MEC said 986 311 people received vaccinations in KZN, including health workers; educators; people aged 50 and above.
With more than 386 000 confirmed Covid-19 cases, KwaZulu-Natal remains the second highest in the country.
According to statistics released on July 27, 386 217 Covid cases had been confirmed in KZN.
Vaccination sites in and around Durban include: Moses Mabhida People’s Park (Monday- Sunday, 08:00- 16:00), Addington hospital Centenary Hall (Monday- Friday, 08:00- 16:00), Clairwood Hospital (Monday- Friday, 08:00- 16:00), King Edward Hospital (Monday- Friday, 08:00- 16:00), Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital.
In the upper Highway area, there is a vaccination site at Watercrest Mall in the underground parking (Monday- Friday, 08:00- 16:00) and in Pinetown Civic Centre (Monday- Sunday, 08:00- 16:00).
While the vaccination process had been disrupted by the recent unrest in the province, vaccinations were back on track on Friday, July 23, said acting Health Minister, Mamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane who was speaking during a site inspection at Moses Mabhida People’s Park.
For more information, visit https://sacoronavirus.co.za/active-vaccination-sites/.