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PICTURES : It was all good on the first day of the Vooma Vaccination

It was a busy but fruitful day for the President of South Africa Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa as he led the opening of the two-day Vooma Vaccination drive at DH Williams Hall.

The Gauteng Health MEC Dr. Mokgethi, Mzwandile Masina, and Mbali Mhlophe are some of the dignitaries that welcomed the President of South Africa on Friday.It is great to note that Mzwandile Masina got his second jab of the Pfizer vaccination on the same day. It is great that politicians did lead by example as called upon by President Ramaphosa on Thursday evening during the national address.He had said that all community leaders would be out in full force to support the program and encourage the people to get vaccinated.

The Department of Health reported that by 11 am, there had been more than 75 people who had said yes to getting vaccinated against the pandemic. Addressing the people at DH Williams Hall, the President showed his gratitude to the people who made their way to get vaccinated.The fact that people stood up to the call that was made by the President is impressive.

This vaccination drive aims to ensure that as many people as possible get vaccinated against the pandemic that has killed tens of thousands of people in South Africa. When South Africa reaches herd immunity, it will enable life to get back to normal.

Even though the issue of vaccination is not well received by some members of the community, it should be noted that it is aimed at saving lives. There may be different stories regarding its safety, but there is no confirmation or verification that the vaccination has led to the deaths of some people. What is your thought about the Covid-19 vaccination?

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