How long will it take to vaccinate 67% of South Africans?

To obtain herd immunity South Africa is aiming to vaccinate 67% of the population. That is approximately 40 million people.*

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How long will it take to vaccinate the target population if the daily vaccination rate is increased?
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* Population = 59.62m (mid-year estimate 2020. Source: StatsSA)
Numbers are an estimation based on a target of 67% of SA's population.