The government has announced that those who receive the Covid-19 vaccine and keep a vaccination record may be eligible for an R1,000 prize.
The Corona virus continues to be the world's greatest threat; the war against the virus began more than two years ago. This virus has killed over 100,000 individuals in South Africa and millions worldwide.
The virus is still with us, it continues to spread, and the number of infected people grows daily. Nearly every day, new cases of Covid-19 are detected in the United States.
Currently, there is no cure for Covid-19, although vaccinations exist to aid in its fight.
The Covid-19 vaccinations have been available in the United States since the previous year. As the days continued, fewer and fewer individuals were immunized each day.
The government's immunization aim was not met due to the reluctance of many individuals to be vaccinated. Currently, vaccinations are rarely sought out.
There are still many people who are eligible for the vaccine, but they have chosen not to get vaccinated with the Pfizer or Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
In an effort to encourage unvaccinated individuals to be vaccinated, the government will offer R1,000 to those who receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
Here is how to win R1,000 through the Ke Ready program:
Teens are encouraged to produce and post films of themselves receiving vaccinations on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.
You must tag your uploaded content with #Keready2vax. Each of the five video creators will receive R1,000.
These days, social media platforms are popular and have a significant impact on youth. This is a strategy to pique the attention of numerous individuals in receiving the jab.
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