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09.02.2021

Vaccine information in community languages

NHS doctors, nurses and other frontline staff have come forward to help reassure communities that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective and have been independently tested to the highest standards.

Clinicians have recorded messages in some of the most commonly spoken languages – apart from English – in the capital to help ensure messages about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine reach all Londoners.

 

Dr Mohammed Abdul-Latif, Clinical Oncology Registrar at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, speaking in Arabic.

 

 

Tazmina Ahasan, Discharge Coordinator at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, speaking in Bengali.

 

 

Sangita Patel, clinical lead for therapies at London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, speaking in Gujarati.

 

 

Kasia Kurkowiak-Jolley, Apprentice Nurse Associate and Accident Department Assistant at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, speaking in Polish.

 

 

Dr Harmandeep Singh, cardiology consultant at Ealing Hospital for London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, speaking in Punjabi.

 

 

Lorena González, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist at East London NHS Foundation Trust, speaking in Spanish.

 

 

Vivian Motana, Healthcare Assistant  at Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust, speaking in Swahili.

 

 

Dr Muhiddin Ozkor, consultant cardiologist and clinical director at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, speaking in Turkish.

 

 

Dr Fharat Raja, consultant oncologist at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, speaking in Urdu.

 

 

Temitope Akinfolarin, Administrator at East London NHS Foundation Trust, speaking in Yoruba.

 

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