Julie Marson, MP for Hertford and Stortford, has today praised the work of those at the vaccination centres at Bishop’s Stortford Football Club and at Avanti Meadows Primary School, as well as those working so hard at other community vaccination hubs and on mobile units.
On 5 February, Julie did a five-hour volunteering shift at the football club, and came away humbled and inspired by all those helping our community with such dedication.
She has today continued to support the vaccination effort locally by visiting the site at Avanti Meadows Primary School run by the Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust.
Commenting after her second visit, Julie said:
“As demonstrated so brilliantly here at Avanti Meadows, the effort we have seen in Hertford and Stortford to vaccinate people has been outstanding. I am so proud of what I’ve seen today, and after helping out at the football club last week, I know just how huge the task is for the team.
“Jab by jab, we are getting ourselves out of the pandemic. When it is your turn, please do go and get it done as soon as possible.”
As part of Julie’s continued effort to support the vaccine effort locally, she will visit other vaccine centres in her constituency, including the sites at Hertford Theatre and Ware Drill Hall.