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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall thanked Military and NHS Staff for their hardwork

The Prince of Wales, Charles, and The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, visited Skipton House in London to hear from the NHS staff and Military personnel who are working hard to make the nation-wide vaccine roll-out a success.
Clarence House

Today, The Prince of Wales, Charles, and The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, visited Skipton House in London to hear from the NHS staff and Military personnel who are working hard to make the nation-wide vaccine roll-out a success. The Royal couple thanked the staff for their hard work. The NHS England and Public Health England based at the Skipton House is managing the vaccination process in the UK with assistance from Ministry of Defence.

'You’ve had such a success with the rollout of the vaccine, and the sheer logistical planning is remarkable' - The Prince of Wales

You’ve had such a success with the rollout of the vaccine, and the sheer logistical planning is remarkable' - The Prince of Wales
Clarence House

Last month, The Prince and The Duchess wrote to some of their affiliated military units, who have assisted with the vaccination programme. Today Their Royal Highnesses had the opportunity to thank members of the military and the NHS in person for all their hard work.

During the visit, Charles and Camilla met with the staff and heard about the roll-out process. The Prince told the staff, "The fact that you have basically, I suspect, spent seven days a week permanently on this particular battle against this virus is a truly remarkable tribute to the effectiveness of the NHS". 

During the visit, Charles and Camilla met with the staff and heard about the roll-out process.
Clarence House


Personnel from across the Royal Navy, British Army and RAF have played a key role in the UK's COVID-19 response, including assisting with the logistics of the vaccine rollout and administering jabs.

Earlier in the day, The Prince of Wales visited Jesus House in London, where a new NHS vaccine pop-up clinic has been put into action.
Clarence House


Earlier in the day, The Prince of Wales visited Jesus House in London, where a new NHS vaccine pop-up clinic has been put into action. Led by Pastor Agu Irukwu, the church has been working hard to support the local community during the coronavirus pandemic and combat vaccine hesitancy.

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