The Rotary Family Health Day is a signature programme of the Rotarians for family health care and AIDS prevention.
According to the Rotary Director of Publicity Marie Mary Mothibeli, the day will be celebrated through paying homage to health front line workers by awarding them certificates of appreciation.
Partners who have in the past helped make the Rotary Health Day a success will also be honoured as part of the event.
Ms Mothibeli said they will also donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the health workers.
“This is meant to bring free health care services to historically disadvantaged and under-serviced areas and their people. The services to be offered free of charge will include TB screening, cancer screening, Body Mass Index (BMI), blood pressure and diabetes screening, promotion of vaccination for children particular emphasis on Polio, dental work and promotion of dental hygiene, eye testing, adolescent health services as well as HIV counseling and testing,” she also said.