Looking to the government for leadership on vaccines, now

There is no time for the usual foot-dragging from the Ramaphosa administration

05 December 2021 - 00:00 By Sunday Times Editorial

The emergence of the Omicron Covid-19 variant and SA’s slow progress in administering vaccines to the population have brought the controversial question of mandatory vaccines to the fore. An increasing number of private-sector companies are making vaccines compulsory for all staff, and there has been a big push from the scientific community for vaccines to be made compulsory for people attending public events...

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