President Cyril Ramaphosa assured South Africans the covid-19 vaccine will not disrupt sexual reproduction in men and women.
Ramaposa made the remarks while on campaign trail the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan on Sunday.
Ramaposa stressed that vaccination is the country as strong as defence against the cripping pandemic.
Ramaposa earlier on Monday encouraged a greater response to waxing and called on South Africans to take a more proactive stance in fight against Covid 19.
" the vaccine does not affect your reproductive health and fertility. Don't give up into those claims.
She emphasized about vaccination is the only defence the country has against the pandemic. He said normal life can return, and lockdowns become a thing of the past of people vaccinate.
" we have launched the day Vooma vaccination weekend, so everyone can get the vaccine. We (the government) want to bring covid-19 to an end. That is our reason for encouraging people to go and vaccinate.
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