DA eyes legal action over govt's COVID-19 vaccine plan

Party leader John Steenhuisen will on Monday outline the court challenge.

DA leader John Steenhuisen addressing party delegates on 1 November 2020 on day two of the DA’s virtual federal congress. Picture: @Our_DA/Twitter

CAPE TOWN - The Democratic Alliance (DA) intends taking legal action over government's COVID-19 vaccine plan.

Party leader John Steenhuisen will on Monday outline the court challenge.

Government's come in for criticism over its procurement and rollout strategy, which has also been met with scepticism.

The president has repeatedly assured the country that the programme is on track.

The first batch of inoculations is expected to reach us by late this month, with more doses to be rolled out next month and over the first quarter of the year.

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