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South Africans queue for Covid-19 jabs at Cape Town drive-thru centre

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People queue in their cars to get vaccinated against Covid-19 at a drive-thu vaccination centre in Cape Town. Dozens of nations from Europe to Asia have imposed travel restrictions on South Africa and its neighbours since its scientists flagged Omicron last week. IMAGES

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