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The public has paid heed to COVID-19 vaccination calls with many people thronging various vaccination centres in the country.
H-Metro visited Wilkins Hospital and other clinics in the city where vaccinations were going on with many people showing eagerness to be vaccinated.
Claudio Gatsi, 55 said:
“I am scrambling for COVID-19 vaccination because I recently came from a funeral so I have to be sure I get vaccinated.
“I have realised that Covid-19 is real because we lost a relative.
“She died from COVID-19.
“We prayed to God and we are convinced that he hears all prayers. He however passed his decision.”
Children were also queuing for vaccination alongside their parents.
Kimpton Kafura a Harare resident had his family queuing for vaccination saying this was the only way to save lives.
A Covid-19 survivor Mukze Oswell said he thought of prevention after recovering from the disease.
“I have again come back here at Wilkins Hospital for retesting after two weeks on COVID-19 and finally got vaccinated.
“I have now discovered that this COVD-19 is amongst us in our communities, we are living with it.
“Many of us are living with Covid-19 but fooling ourselves that we are having just a flu.
“Imagine daily, people are sharing a single quart of beer, sharing cigarettes, overcrowding at braai centres, using back doors at night clubs,” he said.