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The City of Cape Town is offering a free MyCiTi shuttle service in Atlantis for those who want to get vaccinated at the Atlantis vaccination site in the Saxonsea Community Hall. The service will be operating from Monday, 6 December until 24 December 2021.
The MyCiTi shuttle service will operate from 6 to 24 December 2021 between the Starke bus stop in Charel Uys drive and the Saxonsea Community Hall via the Protea Park, Atlantis MyCiTi station and Wesfleur area.
The service is free for everyone to use and will operate every 20 minutes over the following periods:
The buses will be clearly marked as a shuttle service with posters on the front so that commuters can easily identify them.
‘The City has arranged this free shuttle in support of the National Department of Health’s vaccination week currently under way. We urge residents in Atlantis who have not been vaccinated to please make use of this opportunity and not to delay protecting themselves from Covid-19. Around this time last year we were on the brink of a terrible second wave with no vaccine available. This year, we once again face a very uncertain festive season, but we have hope, and our hope is the vaccine. Let your unvaccinated loved ones know about this free shuttle, get them to the vaccination site, there is still time for them to get fully vaccinated before a possible fourth wave arrives,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Councillor Rob Quintas.
All commuters are reminded of the health and safety protocols related to Covid-19: please wear a mask at all times, practice a safe distance, and sanitise or wash hands often.
The following MyCiTi stops will be served by this free shuttle in Atlantis:
For more information visit www.myciti.org.za or phone the Transport Information Centre on 0800 65 64 63. The TIC operates 24/7 and the call is free from any phone.
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