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The Duchess of Cornwall Thanked the Volunteers for the Hard work in Vaccination Roll-out


The Duchess of Cornwall Thanked the Volunteers for the Hard work in Vaccination Roll-out
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The Duchess of Cornwall visited London North West University Healthcare NHS Trustone at Wembley Park COVID-19 vaccination centres to meet with staff and volunteers. The Duchess of Cornwall thanked the volunteers who are supporting the UK vaccination rollout alongside health professionals. The centre in North London has vaccinated more than 16,000 local people so far.


The Duchess of Cornwall Thanked the Volunteers for the Hard work in Vaccination Roll-out
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The Duchess of Cornwall met with the Steward Volunteers and the team members of NHS Volunteer Responders programme who help onsite by guiding people to make sure the vaccination process runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. They help ensure social distancing and identify people who need additional support. About the vaccination roll-out, Camilla said, "No other country does it better."


The Duchess of Cornwall visited London North West University Healthcare NHS Trustone at Wembley Park COVID-19 vaccination centres to meet with staff and volunteers.
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In March 2020, NHS England commissioned Royal Voluntary Service, of which HRH is President, and GoodSAM to deliver the NHS Volunteer Responders scheme to support those in need. Since the start of the pandemic, 437,000 NHS Volunteer Responders have completed more than 1.5 million tasks.

 
Camilla talked about her own vaccination and said, "It feels like the first step of freedom
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Many of the volunteers are workers in the hospitality, entertainment and travel industries who are currently furloughed from their usual jobs and using their spare time to help the local community.

Camilla talked about her own vaccination and said, "It feels like the first step of freedom
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During the visit, Camilla talked about her own vaccination and said, "It feels like the first step of freedom, I certainly felt like that after getting the vaccine. I hope you're able to be reunited with your grandchildren, I think we're all looking forward to that."

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