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CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Health Department said it's seeing a decrease sought after for COVID-19 immunizations. 

a man taking a selfie in a room: Western Cape Premier Alan Winde rolled up his sleeve for his first dose of the Pfizer jab on Saturday, 31 July 2021.

This comes as the region plans to leave its third rush of diseases before the following week's over. 

Until this point, more than 1.2 million occupants in the region have been completely inoculated. 

Well-being authorities in the region are at present managing more than 8,000 current diseases. 

At the pinnacle of the third wave - the area recorded above and beyond 40, 000 dynamic cases. 

With the danger of the fourth wave approaching the number of individuals arranging for a hit is lessening. 

The Provincial Health Department's Maret Lesch said occupants ought to guarantee they get somewhere around one portion of immunization in the coming long time to guarantee they're completely inoculated by Christmas. 

"We as a whole need to have the option to have a protected Christmas and appreciate time with our friends and family. We can do as such in case we are completely immunized remembering that there is a 42-day span among first and second Pfizer portions. 

Over 1.9 million Western Cape occupants have gotten something like one portion of a COVID-19 immunization.WC health department says it sees a decline in demand for COVID jab (

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