The retailer said it plans to add 240 vaccination sites in the next two to three weeks. A further 40 to 50 sites would be added each week after that, depending on demand and vaccine availability.
It said it aims to have more than 600 vaccination sites with the capacity to vaccinate 30,100 people per day.
“The fundamentals are all in place and the target of administering 50 vaccinations a day per site is manageable. Our objective is to have 602 registered vaccination sites,” said Vikash Singh, managing executive at Clicks.
“Stores situated in areas which don’t have easy access to other vaccination sites will be prioritised. Once all 602 sites are operational, Clicks will have the capacity to vaccinate 30,100 people per day, six days a week.”