The Western Cape provincial government has launched the Red Dot Taxi service.
The initiative was officially launched at the Saxonsea vaccine site in Atlantis and will assist residents, who do not have transport get to vaccination sites for their Covid-19 vaccination.
Premier Alan Winde says the Red Dot Taxi service consists of a fleet of 135 mini-bus taxis.
Read more on the initiative here.
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- Residents urged to continue registering and going for their Covid-19 vaccination.
- Western Cape officially out of third wave of Covid-19 pandemic.
As part of Transport Month I attended the launch of the Red Dot Taxi Service in Atlantis. This innovation illustrates how the @WesternCapeGov can use public transport as part of an all-of-society approach to address important priorities.
— Premier Alan Winde (@alanwinde) October 4, 2021
1/3 #LetsDoThis ➡️ Vaccine sites active for the week of 4 October to 8 October
— Premier Alan Winde (@alanwinde) October 5, 2021