The third week of Covid-19 vaccinations drew to a close with 637,801 people having received their first Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. Of this, 147,121 people were vaccinated between 31 May and 2 June.
Total number of people who had received their first Pfizer dose by the end of 1 June:
By the end of 1 June, there were 954,546 healthcare workers registered to be vaccinated during Phase 1B and another 2.2-million people aged over 60 registered for Phase 2.
The National Department of Health published an updated list of all active vaccination sites in the country. Find it here.
During a briefing on 4 June, the Gauteng department of health said it has vaccinated 149,077 residents over 60. Of this, 488,264 have registered. The province has 1.3-million residents who are over 60.
It has vaccinated 17,703 residents at 99 old age homes.
It has 103 active vaccination sites — 63 are public sites and 40 are private sites. It said it encourages registration but will accommodate walk-ins. DM/MC.
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