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Vaccines are free even without papers! A campaign (in Many Languages)


BritBanglaCovid has designed leaflets in a number of languages highlighting the following: 

'If you have no paperwork to prove your immigration status, don't let that stop you from vaccinated. You do not need to show proof of your immigration status nor your ID nor your address.

You can register with a local General Practitioner (GP) for free of  charge.

COVID VACCINES ARE FREE OF CHARGE!'

(ENGLISH EDITION)

BANGLA EDITION

FRENCH EDITION

GREEK EDITION

ITALIAN EDITION

POLISH EDITION

PORTUGUESE EDITION

ROMANIAN EDITION

RUSSIAN EDITION

SPANISH EDITION

TURKISH EDITION

URDU EDITION

YORUBA EDITION

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