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British Bangladeshi Vaccine uptake in London - 92% - the highest ethnic group in London!


We must not forget that according to the current government's report - Covid Disparities Report 2021- published on 3 December 2021 that 91.7% of Bangladeshis in London have already taken the vaccine. This group is therefore the highest vaccine taker compared to any other ethnic group in London.

BritBanglaCovid would like to say thank you to everyone who have played their part.

We still have a way long way to go. We just need to make sure we carry on with the campaign and call for the take up of the vaccine to everyone. There are still a million Londoners who have not yet taken the vaccine. We must not forget other minority communities too.

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!


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