Health department gears up for booster shot bustle

2022/01/09 18:30:00

Health department gears up for booster shot bustle

Health department gears up for booster shot bustle

While uptake has been slow, this is expected to change now that the holidays are over

MICHELLE GUMEDEThe health department is bracing for an influx of people wanting to get Covid-19 booster shots as it looks to combine vaccine services with mainstream health-care centres such as clinics and hospitals, after an almost lockdown-free festive holiday.

The National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) in 2021 decided the country would remain on adjusted lockdown level 1 throughout the festive season, citing modest hospitalisations as the country passed the peak of the fourth wave that was driven by the quicker spreading omicron variant...

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