Book a slot for your COVID-19 vaccine
Momentum Metropolitan supports the Government’s vaccine rollout plan. What you need to do:
- First register on the Electronic Vaccine Data System (EVDS)
- Then book a slot to get vaccinated at one of our COVID-19 vaccination sites.
COVID-19 vaccination rollout developments
Anyone aged 18 years and older can register on the EVDS portal and are eligible for their vaccines.
Healthcare workers can ensure that they are prioritised by clicking on the link to register: https://bookings.v4hcw.co.za/vax/
COVID-19 vaccine availability
You cannot choose which vaccine you receive, as it depends on which vaccine is available at the time. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a single dose, and the Pfizer vaccine is a two-dose vaccine. When you go for your vaccine at your allocated vaccination centre, you’ll be informed which vaccine you’ll receive. You will also be notified whether you need a second dose and when to revisit the centre.
If you’ve already been vaccinated with the first Pfizer vaccine does, you’ll need to make a booking to receive your second dose after 42 days.
It’s important that you go for your vaccination at your scheduled appointment time. We would also like to encourage you to assist your family members who are eligible for the vaccine to register and go for their vaccination. We all need to work together to contribute to the success of the vaccination rollout, to lower the infection rates in South Africa. Get an injection of life today!
We’ve compiled a list of COVID-19-related FAQs which you can read for more information. Or you can call our vaccine site helpline on 031 574 3033 for general enquiries and sites questions.
Everybody, including individuals with private healthcare cover, needs to register on the Government’s EVDS before you receive your vaccine. Registering is easy and can be done in any one of the following ways:
South African citizens aged 18 years and older, including teachers and healthcare workers that have not been vaccinated, need to register for their COVID-19 vaccination through EVDS.
COVID-19 vaccines costs
You don’t need to pay for your COVID-19 vaccine – it is free.
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