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Clicks and Dis-chem to offer Covid-19 vaccines in South Africa

Clicks said that it has received approval from the National Department of Health to offer 47 vaccination sites nationally

Two of South Africa’s largest pharmaceutical groups, Clicks and Dis-chem, have announced plans to offer Covid-19 vaccines through their retail outlets.

47 vaccination sites nationally

Clicks said that it has received approval from the National Department of Health to offer 47 vaccination sites nationally, with a further 520 awaiting approval for registration.

Dis-chem said it will start to administer between 500 and 600 Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines per site at 11 mass vaccination sites in five provinces from Monday. The five provinces include: Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Free State.

The administrative cost of the vaccine at private providers such as Clicks and Dis-chem is R70, but patients will be able to claim this money back.

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