The Western Cape Health Department says it is improving its vaccine monitoring-platform to help refer residents to go for their vaccination at sites where there is sufficient capacity.

According to the Head of Health, Dr. Keith Cloete residents have complained about long queues at some vaccination centers, while there are few or no people at other sites.

Cloete says now that there are enough vaccine doses available, they want to make it as easy as possible for residents to get an injection.

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The Western Cape will open up to 274 vaccination sites over the next few weeks.

According to Premier, Alan Winde the close to 300 vaccination sites will be in operation by the start of phase 3 of the vaccination campaign.

Winde says the province is ready to drastically scale up vaccinations, as soon as additional vaccine doses are made available by national Government.

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The Western Cape has the necessary capacity & facilities to vaccinate up to 120-thousand people per week.

This, according to the Western Cape Head Of Health, Dr Keith Cloete who says the only set-back currently is the delay in vaccine-deliveries by national Government.

Cloete says the province is activating additional vaccination sites, on a weekly basis, to ensure that the vaccines reach as many residents as possible.

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