Free State Health department on a drive to vaccinate 10 000 people a day

Free State Health department on a drive to vaccinate 10 000 people a day

The Free State Health Department wants to vaccinate over 10-thousand people daily. It says it managed to administer over 11-thousand doses on the first day of the 3rd phase of the roll out.
The Free State MEC for Health, Montseng Tsiu visited entertainment places in Bloemfontein, in an effort to ramp up the provincial vaccination campaign.

The department believes that the 18 to 34 cohort will assist the province to reach its target of 1.9 million people for herd immunity.

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