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Bonitas opens private vaccine sitesThe first of Bonitas Medical Fund's 30 planned vaccinations sites opened in Roodepoort, Gauteng, last week, from which the fund anticipates initially administering approximately 440 vaccines per day. This was followed by Centurion and during the coming weeks we will be phasing in the rest of the of the 28 sites across all nine provinces. All our sites are subject to accreditation and the number of vaccinations administered will be dependent on how many we receive from the Department of Health (DoH). 26 May 2021 Read more

15 facts about the Covid vaccineAlthough the vaccine rollout for healthcare workers has begun, myths and misinformation continue to circulate around its development, efficacy and just how the vaccine will help manage or mitigate the spread of the virus. We asked Lee Callakoppen, principal officer of Bonitas Medical Fund for 15 facts about the vaccine. 11 May 2021 Read more

Covid and flu - Should you still have the flu shot?Dr Morgan Mkhatshwa, head of operations at Bonitas Medical Fund, unpacks the differences and similarities between 'flu' and Covid-19, how it affects your body and offers compelling reasons why you should consider getting the flu vaccine this year. 8 Mar 2021 Read more

New Head of Operations for BonitasBonitas Medical Fund has announced the appointment of Dr Morgan Busuku Mkhatshwa as Head of Operations. 2 Mar 2021 Read more

The lowdown on Covid-19 test protocolsAs South Africa finds itself starting to move out of the second wave of a Covid-19 outbreak, over eight million Covid tests have been carried out in the public and private sector since the start of the pandemic. 2 Feb 2021 Read more

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