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Volunteers needed to help with the Covid-19 vaccination programme

February 9th 2021
Vicky Sartain

Thousands of volunteers are needed urgently to support the most vulnerable and help the NHS deliver the large-scale Covid-19 vaccination programme safely and quickly

There are many ways you can help with the Covid-19 vaccination programme, within your community or at home. Tasks are varied and include stewarding at a vaccination centre, shopping for someone who is shielding, or phoning someone who is isolated for a friendly chat.

Always consider your own level of risk when volunteering, and follow guidance on volunteering safely. Every hour of time spent volunteering will make a huge difference to someone’s life, and help support your community.

Paralympic squad archer, Dave Phillips, was thrilled to have his first Covid-19 jab. He said: “Covid-19 stopped me from training at Lilleshall and travelling to Dubai for the Fazza International, as I am in the vulnerable category and shielding.”  Visit Archery GB’s Facebook page for a video of Dave receiving his jab.


Join the fight against Covid!

See how you can get involved in the Covid-19 vaccination delivery programme today.

Sign-up to Join In’s free volunteer finder  as many roles are being prepared for when grassroot sports can reopen safely. Some  voluntary roles can even be done virtually, so you can get started right away.

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