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VACCINATION in South Africa is not compulsory, but every citizen is expected to adhere to preventive measures such as wearing a mask, physical distance, cleaning of hands regularly, sufficient fresh air and avoiding crowded spaces.

This is the word from the national Health Department in reaction to the growing number of countries where citizens say they will not take the Covid-19 vaccine should it become available.

Health Department spokesperson Popo Maja stressed that

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