Unions in KZN have expressed concern after receiving information that people who don’t qualify are allegedly receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
According to research information, the vaccines have a limited lifespan outside of the refrigerator.
The shots must be used to ensure they aren’t wasted.
Officials have also given assurances that registered individuals will be inoculated.
Over 55,000 people have been vaccinated in KZN since the beginning of phase two rollout last week.
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