SA President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that people must get their covid-19 vaccine to help with minimizing the spread of the virus.
SA President Cyril Ramaphosa launched a new campaign of vooma to encourage youth to get their covid-19 vaccine, he even assured them that covid-19 vaccines do not cause infertility in women or erectile dysfunction in men. This came after many people deny vaccines because of some allegations about vaccines disturbing or being harmful to them in the bedroom.
Safa also confirmed that people who haven't been vaccinated won't have a chance to watch the game of Bafana Bafana vs Ethiopia, only vaccinated people will be allowed to enter FNB stadium and enjoy watching their home team hosting Ethiopia. Free tickets have been given to vaccinated people only.
Dubai also made it clear that unvaccinated people won't enter their country without being quarantined for 14 days at their own expense before they allow them to joy other people in public spaces.
SA introduced a digital vaccination certificate, this come after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will move from adjusted level 2 to level 1. Lockdown restrictions have been eased and people will be allowed to travel, go to weddings, churches, beaches, and enter many premises freely only if they are vaccinated.
WHO confirmed that vaccine helps women's bodies to remain strong and stable even if this virus attacks them, covid-19 jab helps to prevent the spread of this virus. People are advised to take their jab before is too late.
However, some people around the world still believe that this covid-19 vaccine is not good for their health, they believe that the vaccine has demons inside. Many people call upon the government to not violate their human rights by indirectly forcing them to take this covid-19 vaccine. Even though president Cyril Ramaphosa didn't say people are forced to take this jab, but his actions speak louder than his words.
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