Booster shots up and in South Africa, with the government urging fully vaccinated residents, to come forward and take the Booster shot against Covid-19.
With the government still on the fight to get more and more people to come forward and take a vaccination against Covid-19, they have yet shifted their focus in trying to give out the booster shot. Booster shots are only given to those that have taken the vaccine and are categorised as fully vaccinated.
Those who took the Pfizer vaccination shot that requires one to take a second shot unlike the Johnson and Johnson vaccine that only gives out one shot, the Pfizer are advised to wait six months after taking to vaccine and come forth for a Booster.
With the President falling ill contracting the virus even though he was fully vaccinated, caused a number of SA residents to retract their decision on taking the vaccine. However, the government is still in the fight to get people to take the jab.
Meanwhile while fighting Covid-19, South Africa is still extending their hands of condolences to Archbishop Tutu who passed on this past weekend, Tutus passing has left many hearts shaken with sorrow. However, citizens have since the passing, celebrated his life and the contribution he gave to the country.