Your nearest COVID-19 vaccination center in KZN
The next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations is said to commence from mid-May to the end of October. Here's where they will be done in KwaZulu-Natal.
JOHANNESBURG - The Health Department is on a mission to vaccinate as many people as possible as a possible third wave of the coronavirus looms in South Africa.
Its electronic vaccination data system went live on Friday, 16 April, allowing elderly South Africans to register to get their COVID-19 vaccine when the second phase of the rollout programme starts.
Phase two is said to commence from mid-May to the end of October.
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that if the government received the number of vaccines committed to by the manufacturers, 46.2 million South Africans would be inoculated by March 2022.
This excluded the 500,000 people that would be vaccinated under the Sisonke protocol.
The minister was hopeful that a further 1.2 million doses would arrive this quarter as promised by the Covax facility.
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize is on a countrywide tour to assess the readiness of provinces for the mass vaccination campaign.
Below are the vaccination centres in KwaZulu-Natal and how to register:
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital
800 Vusi Mzimela Rd, Umkumbaan, Durban, 4091
Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital
Griffiths Mxenge Hwy, Umlazi V, Umlazi, 4060
General Justice Gizenga Mpanza
Cnr King Shaka & Paterson Street, Kwadukuza, 4449
89 Selby Msimang Rd, Plessislaer, Pietermaritzburg, 3201
Madadeni Road, Madadeni, Newcastle, 2951
Netcare St. Augustine's Hospital
107 J.B. Marks Rd, Bulwer, Berea, 4001
Here is the registration guide to the Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS) for senior citizens aged 60 years and above. #COVID19VaccineSA #IChooseVaccination #CoronaVirusSA pic.twitter.com/6kshbT8WPyDr Zweli Mkhize (@DrZweliMkhize) April 16, 2021