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Covid-19 vaccine the beginning of the end of the pandemic

Laljibhai Ratanshi Dhanak in London becomes one of the first community member receiving the vaccine.

Coronavirus wreaking world havoc is continuing its spread across the world with 75 million confirmed cases in 190 countries and
nearly two million deaths. London and the South East England is now in a third lockdown with a new mutant virus.

This virus did not spare our Parajiya Pattni Soni Community and was very badly affected.

The prospect of an effective coronavirus vaccine now provides a ray of hope. History was made this month when the UK became the first country
in the world to approve and start rolling out a coronavirus vaccine

Hundreds of local vaccination services run by family doctors and their teams have opened across UK this week, as the roll out of the biggest vaccination programme
in National Health Service history gains further momentum.

Laljibhai Ratanshi Dhanak in London, age 94 was one of recipient of the Covid-19 vaccine yesterday, Saturday 19th December 2020.

Laljibhai was over the moon when he received a phone call to come over at the Ealing Town Hall to get his vaccine. While walking in the centre,
he gave a two-finger V sign to the health workers at the town hall for victory for their fight against Covid.

He thanked all health workers before leaving the centre.