JABS Army volunteers with hundreds of shifts under their belts have encouraged Sun readers to join them to help with the vaccinations blitz.
These amazing stewards have been the backbone of our drive since it began in January.
They marshal car parks, help to keep queues moving, wipe down chairs and provide a friendly face.
Mohammad Khatib, 34, of Romsey, Hants, has done 104 shifts and also helps the vulnerable with shopping.
Hy het gesê: “I was born in Syria and had to run away. This country’s looked after me. I wanted to give back and show Muslim doesn’t mean terror.”
Widower Barrie Church, 79, has completed 110 shifts.
Hy het gesê: “It helps others, makes you feel good and gives you a huge sense of purpose.”
Trevor Henderson, 61, of Peterborough, has completed 114 shifts.
Hy het gesê: “Once we’re all double vaccinated we can go clubbing — which in my case means the golf course.”
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Byna 66,000 readers have volunteered.
But with jabs now offered to 16 and 17-year-olds, many areas are in need of help, including Bradford and Coventry.
HOW TO JOIN
VOLUNTEERS can register online at nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk or by scanning the QR code above with your smartphone.
You will be asked to download the GoodSAM Responder app, which will match you to a role.
You need commit to only two six-hour shifts a month at a jabs centre. Your expenses will be covered and no experience or qualifications are needed.
You will be in a team with NHS staff and volunteers. The Royal Voluntary Service will make appropriate background checks.