When it comes to COVID-19 vaccines, South Africa has an adequate supply. But it is proving tough to get jabs into peoples' arms. Some are put off by the long journey to vaccination centers. Others are worried about side effects.
So far, just under 10 million people have been fully vaccinated against the virus; that's less than 25 percent of adults in the country. In the hope of reaching those in rural areas, one organization has set up mobile vaccination clinics. DW's Adrian Kriesch has more.
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