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South Africa's opposition party leader, Julius Malema, has demanded that President Cyril Ramaphosa speed up the distribution rate of COVID-19 vaccines.
Julius Malema has reportedly instructed President Cyril Ramaphosa to release South Africa's detailed COVID-19 vaccine rollout strategy. Malema added that his party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), would initiate a sit-in at vaccination centres should Ramaphosa fail to share this national vaccination plan by the end of April 2021. This comes after the South African government's last announcement of the vaccine rollout plan two months ago.
</script></p><p>South Africa has, so far, secured 11 million doses of the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson — 2.8 million of these will be delivered in the second quarter, and the rest throughout the year. Additionally, 12 million doses have been secured from the COVAX facility and 20 million from Pfizer. These, exclude the country's African Union dose allocation.</p>