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Good news for unvaccinated people

This week the IEC consoled residents that it will not force an antibody order on enrolled citizens. 

"Rumors from far and wide suggest that you should be inoculated to cast a ballot in the neighborhood government decisions. Actually you don't have to create an immunization testament or be inoculated to cast a ballot," the IEC said on its web-based media page. 

The commission reminded electors that to cast a ballot they should be a resident, have a personality archive and be enrolled. 

During the citizen enlistment end of the week last month, the IEC's boss appointive official Sy Mamabolo said immunization was not connected to one side to cast a ballot. 

"We are carrying out non-drug mediations at casting a ballot stations. It isn't obligatory for you to be inoculated to cast a ballot," he said. 

In suggestions made by the Covid-19 clerical warning panel (MAC) and unveiled by the Department of Health last week, the board of trustees said the IEC ought to think about offering immunizations at casting a ballot stations. 

"Endeavors to energize antibody take-up in the period prompting decisions ought to be expanded. Thought ought to be offered to recognizing inoculation chances, like contribution immunizations at casting a ballot stations," it said. 

The MAC additionally recommended that the time limitation ought to be loose and liquor deals ought to be restricted on final voting day. 

It suggested impediments on the quantity of individuals permitted at social occasions should be applied reliably to all pre-political race exercises, including rallies and mission occasions. 

"Be that as it may, on final voting day, such cutoff points and curfews ought to be loose to permit all qualified citizens to project their polling forms before 12 PM," it said.

IEC clears the air: ‘You don’t need to produce a vaccination certificate or be vaccinated to vote’ (

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