The Western Cape Government has identified several initiatives to ensure an accessible and fair vaccination programme.
One of such initiative is pop-up registration stations within communities supported by door-to-door registration drives.
The pop-up stations enable many people to access information closer to their homes and register for their vaccine easily.
According to the Department’s Provincial Vaccine Dashboard, by Tuesday 29 June, 56% of the 11 029 residents over the age of 60 years old in Grassy Park have registered to receive the vaccine.
Meanwhile people between the ages of 50 and 59 will be able to register to receive their Covid-19 vaccinations from tomorrow (1 July 2021).
They will be able to receive their vaccine from July 15.
Update on the coronavirus
As at 1pm on 30 June 2021, the Western Cape had 18 518 active Covid-19 infections, with a total number of 323 711 Cvid-19 cases to date and 292 841 recoveries.
The Western Cape’s dashboard recorded an additional 25 deaths since it last updated on Tuesday, 29 June, bringing the total number of Covid-19 related deaths in the province to 12 352.