Gauteng health workers receive the J&J Covid-19 vaccine at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, Johannesburg. Picture: Freddy Mavunda
Gauteng health workers receive the J&J Covid-19 vaccine at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, Johannesburg. Picture: Freddy Mavunda

Business for SA (B4SA) is gearing up to help the country with its vaccination drive.

The group hopes to vaccinate 163,000 people a day. This comes as its mobilises the private sector to administer shots at pharmacies, employer premises and large-scale sites developed by medical-insurance providers.

Business Day TV spoke to B4SA head Stavros Nicolaou for more detail.

Business for SA head Stavros Nicolaou talks to Business Day TV about getting South Africans vaccinated

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