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COVID-19: key questions about South Africa's vaccine rollout plan

By Veronica Ueckermann, Adjunct Professor: Department Internal Medicine, University of Pretoria
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South Africa has recently started its COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. Around the country, frontline healthcare workers are getting a jab of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. More vaccines are expected from other manufacturers in March 2021 as the country prepares for mass vaccination. Ina Skosana spoke to Veronica Ueckermann, Adjunct Professor in the Department Internal Medicine at the University of Pretoria and Steve Biko Academic Hospital – one of the vaccination sites – about South Africa’s COVID-19 vaccination plans.

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