COVID-19 Vaccination


Thank you for doing your part in the fight against COVID-19

Please note of the following important information.  Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital is registered as a vaccine site.

Hours of operation is 07:00 – 13:00, Monday to Friday

Kindly note:  Our Vaccine clinic will be closed on Friday 24 June 2022 and will reopen on Monday, 27 June 2022


  1. Please ensure that you have registered on the EVDS System. The public can register on:
  2. Walk-in’s are allowed or you may book an appointment on :
Please bring the following to the vaccine site
  1. Proof of identity (e.g. ID/driver’s license/passport)
  2. Vaccine code as received per sms/email from the Department of Health for first time vaccinators.
  3. If you have been vaccinated before, please remember to bring your vaccination card to record the booster or second vaccination.
Vaccination process

Upon arrival at the hospital, please follow these steps:

Follow the directions to the Vaccine Clinic when you arrive at the hospital. Please use the Main Entrance at the hospital.

  1. Report at the COVID-19 Vaccine reception desk to complete the necessary form.
  2. Verification will be conducted.
  3. Post-vaccine observation for at least 10 – 15 minutes.

The average duration of the process can be 30 minutes or longer, depending on the number of visitors.

Important information

If you answer yes to any of the following, you cannot be vaccinated/receive a booster

  1. Currently sick with any illness.
  2. The time interval stipulated by the Department of Health has not been met.
  3. You may not receive a booster if you are younger than 18 years old.


Please inform the vaccination staff if:

  • You have an immune system disorder – you have a suppressed immune system or have been diagnosed with any immunodeficiency and are currently taking medication.
  •  You are taking any blood thinning medication or have a problem with bleeding or bruising

The vaccine is administered through intramuscular injections and bleeding and bruising may occur at the injection site of the upper arm. Anyone receiving blood thinners or with low levels of blood platelets or diagnosed with any clotting disorder (such as haemophilia) may experience this.

Thank you for visiting the ZAH Vaccination Clinic. It is our privilege to serve you.
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