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Imaan Healthcare in Preston has helped to administer half a million Covid vaccines

Posted on - 24th February, 2022 - 12:44pm | Author - | Posted in - Health, Preston News
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Imaan Healthcare has administered over half a million vaccinations against Covid-19.

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Since Imaan began operating vaccination centres in January 2021, 12 sites have been opened, with four of these being run from within the pharmacy shops.

Although coronavirus vaccination rates vary between locations, with some areas experiencing greater vaccine hesitancy than others, reaching 500,000 vaccinations is a major milestone.

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This milestone is a significant increase from the 200,000 reached in November. As new variants emerge and government regulations weaken (self-isolation and testing are longer mandatory as of today, 24 Feb), it is reassuring to see such a large uptake of vaccinations from the public.

This number speaks to the importance of community pharmacies in the national vaccination effort.

Getting vaccinated is as important as ever, and our team at Imaan Healthcare are honoured and privileged to be such an integral part of the national vaccination efforts.

They will continue to provide vital Covid-19 vaccinations for as long as they are needed.



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