2020 was an incredibly tough year for many. The Coronavirus pandemic has hit our country harder than almost any other. Britain is facing the worst recession of any major economy and one of the highest death tolls in Europe. Too many good businesses have struggled. Too many people have lost jobs. Too many of our loved ones have been taken too soon.
Ordinary people stepping up in extraordinary times, putting their lives on the line and making enormous sacrifices to keep us all safe, fed and connected.
The Conservative government has – once again – lost control of the virus. Restrictions are, sadly, necessary to protect people’s health and the health of our NHS. But every week this remains the case, more damage is done to our country – more working people lose their jobs, deeper damage is done to our economy and more families struggle with the toll of lockdown.
The sooner the vaccine is rolled out, the sooner we can begin to recover.
That’s why I hope many residents in East Hull will get involved in the vaccine roll out.
Please consider registering to volunteer at your local Vaccine Centre here: http://bit.ly/vaccinevolunteer