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Minister: Faith leaders vital in encouraging vaccine take-up

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Minister: Faith leaders vital in encouraging vaccine take-up

Minister: Faith leaders vital in encouraging vaccine take-up

Robert Jenrick has said that faith leaders play a “real role” in encouraging people to get vaccinated against coronavirus.

The communities secretary spoke as he visited the Al-Abbas Islamic Centre in Birmingham, the first vaccination centre to be opened in a mosque in the UK.

Report by Blairm.

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