The Harare City Council (HCC) has started vaccination against the Covid -19 at local clinics and hospitals.
The City council said the initiative is meant to enable residents to locally access the vaccination service.
“The City of Harare would like to notify residents that it has gradually started the decentralisation of the #Covid-19 vaccination campaign to enable residents to access the service.” HCC said in a statement.
The City council urged those eligible for the vaccine to use the opportunity.
“We would like to urge residents above the age of 18 to utilise this decentralisation initiative and get vaccinated particularly: Essential service staff, the elderly, those with chronic health conditions, school staff and security sector.” The statement further read.
The image below shows hospitals and clinics that are currently vaccinating over the weekend and public holidays.
Zimbabwe has so far authorised the use of four Covid-19 vaccines: China’s Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines, Russia’s Sputnik V and Covaxin from India.