After the new hosted NHS pop-up covid-19 vaccination clinic, Prince Charles and the Duchess decided to visit London’s Finsbury Park Mosque.
On Tuesday the Duke and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the Islamic center located in North London. It was praised because it encourages the ethnic minorities in the UK to get vaccinated for the Coronavirus.
The girl named Camilla, 73 told during the trip that she got vaccinated and she was not worried about whether the vaccine was from Pfizer AstraZeneca or BioNTech.
According to the evening standard, She told Dr. John McGrath who was administering the job at Finsbury park mosque, that she didn’t even ask because she is scared of injections so much that she would close her eyes.
Dr. McGrath replied that it was very interesting.
She also said that today she was expecting many people to be asking her to hear about this but she likes that most people have the attitude and she thinks you take what you’re given. We are in a national effort here.
The chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque named Mohammed Kobzar commented on the visit and was monitored by the middle East. He said that Muslims have played their huge role during the pandemic as keyworkers as volunteers and frontline staff and helped to ease the suffering which many people went through during this pandemic.
Many people have gained benefits which is a huge pride for everyone because Muslims were the most affected by the covid-19 pandemic.
He added that he would like to thank our partners at the Islington Council and Islington GP Federation because of them he was able to serve the community and also our volunteers worked very hard and made sure that the vaccination operations run perfectly.