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  1. Jan

    South Africa over third wave peak - lockdown and alcohol restrictions may be relaxed

    Alcohol restrictions in South Africa could be relaxed South Africa’s government said a third wave of coronavirus infections has passed its peak, a development that could give it scope to ease a ban on alcohol sales and other restrictions. The country recorded 14,858 new cases in the past 24...
  2. Jan

    Covid-19 vaccine registrations skyrocket in South Africa

    Vaccine registrations record in South Africa Acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane announced that South Africa saw a million vaccination registrations in under 24 hours. This is after registrations opened for people aged 35–49 yesterday.
  3. Jan

    Covid-19 vaccine registration and rollout dates for over-35s announced

    Covid-19 vaccine rollout extended to over-35s in South Africa — when you can get it Acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane announced that 35 to 49 year-olds would be able to register for their vaccine from mid-July, with the rollout set to begin in August. Kubayi-Ngubane said in a...
  4. Jan

    Good news about vaccine efficacy against Delta variant in South Africa

    Deadlier coronavirus variant in South Africa — what you should know South Africa's acting Minister of Health, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, confirmed in a media briefing today that the Delta variant of the coronavirus has become dominant in Gauteng. The Delta variant was first detected in India...
  5. Jan

    Department of Health explains how vaccinations for people over 50 years old will work

    How vaccinations for people over 50 will work South Africans over the age of 50 can register for vaccinations from 1 July 2021 and will be allowed to walk in at a vaccination centre to receive their jab. This is feedback from Dr Nicholas Crisp, deputy director-general in the national...