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How To Register For Your Covid-19 Vaccine If You Are Older Than 60 Years Old

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How To Register For Your Covid-19 Vaccine If You Are Older Than 60 Years Old

The government has started rolling out vaccines to people 60 years and older. So if you or anyone you know is over the age of 60 years, and would like to register, you can.

Registration on the Department of Health Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS) is easy and will only take a few minutes.

You will need

  • Your ID number or passport number, asylum seeker permit number or refugee permit number
  • Your personal contact details - your cell phone number will be used to communicate with you
  • Your medical scheme details and membership number if you belong to one
  • Information about any medical conditions you have

What happens next?

You will receive an SMS confirming your registration. You will then receive an SMS with a date and a place where you will be vaccinated.

Clicks Pharmacies

Clicks, has announced that they have started vaccinating citizens at 51 Clicks Pharmacies. You can register on the Government's Electronic Vaccination Data System's online portal, using either one of the above registration processes.

You will receive an SMS from the Department of Health, indicating the date and venue for your vaccination. Upon arrival at the Clicks store, you need to present proof of registration and medical aid details (if applicable) at the pharmacy and provide consent to receive your vaccination. A qualified healthcare practitioner will administer your vaccine. After your vaccination you will be monitored for 15 minutes for possible side effects.

Once you've been vaccinated, you will get a proof of vaccination card and receive a confirmation SMS on your phone.

Need help?

If you encounter problems during the registration process, call the Government's COVID-19 hotline on 0800 029 999.

Author South African Government
Published 14 Jun 2021 / Views -
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