The second phase of COVID-19 vaccinations starts on Monday and the race is on to get the elderly registered.
The Western Cape and Gauteng are already in the third wave and health authorities are concerned about vaccine hesitancy.
The KwaZulu-Natal government says it’s ready to start vaccinating senior citizens but already there may be miscommunication.
The Gauteng Health Department says it will continue to vaccinate health care workers on Monday and will be visiting old age homes.
Pensioners are being urged not to go to vaccination sites.
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