HEALTH Minister Sylvia Masebo has announced that no one will be allowed to access government buildings without providing evidence of COVID-19 vaccination, effective Tuesday, November 30. Addressing the media, Sunday evening, Masebo said it would also be a requirement for civil and public servants to be vaccinated for them to be admitted at work. “In order to address the threat of the new variant Omicron and to prevent the advent of a possible imminent fourth wave, government has taken the following public health measures that will come into effect on Tuesday, 30th November 2021: (i) Surveillance at all points of entry will be heightened. Both testing for sars-cov-2 and vaccination will be conducted. These are airports, road border ports, sea…...

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