How to register for the Covid Vaccine South Africa

How to Register for the Covid Vaccination in SA

How to Register for the Vaccination

 There are five ways to register on the Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS):

  • Online at vaccine.enroll.gov.za.
  • Using the WhatsApp line 0600 123456.
  • Via SMS by dialing *134*832#.
  • Call the COVID-19 hotline 0800 029 999.
  • Citizens can also use the new QR by simply scanning and following the prompts. 

Download the Alert App

Download the COVID Alert SA app today

By downloading and using the COVID Alert SA app, you become a part of a powerful digital network of app users who choose to work together for the benefit of everyone in the app community while all enjoying complete privacy and anonymity. App users understand their exposure to COVID-19 and help others to do the same. We can all work together to curb the spread of COVID-19 and, ultimately, to save lives.

How to register for the Covid Vaccine South Africa

The app is available for Android and iOS.

The Western Cape is bringing online more vaccination sites on a weekly basis. This is linked to the supply of vaccines, with deliveries expected on a weekly basis.

The Department of Health kindly asks that you wait for your second SMS before going to a site so that long queues can be prevented and ensure a Covid-19 safe process.

If you do decide to go to a vaccination site without an appointment, they cannot guarantee that you will get a vaccine as those with appointments will be prioritized.

Herewith a list of vaccination sites within our area.  The Department of Health will keep you updated on a weekly basis

  • Stanford Clinic
  • Hawston Thusong
  • Hermanus Auditorium
  • Crassula Hall in Betty’s Bay
  • Hermanus CDC

For registration (EVDS) queries contact: 0800 029 999.

For general vaccination queries please contact: Provincial Hotline 0860 142 142.

How To register for the Vaccine

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Vaccinations – What to expect

As more vaccines arrive in the province, the Western Cape will be able to open more sites and vaccinate more people, this is part of our scale-up approach.

We understand that people who are registered are determined to get vaccinated as soon as possible but we have only received a limited number of vaccines and therefore are only able to vaccinate a limited number of people.

For this week the Overberg has received a total on 2586 vaccines and expects to receive a further 3120 vaccines on Thursday.

We ask that the public remain patient while more vaccination sites come online and we receive more vaccines in the coming weeks.

How to Register for the Covid Vaccination in SA

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