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NHS worker Rasiha Adem: “The vaccines save lives”

NHS worker Rasiha Adem: “The vaccines save lives”

NHS worker and a successful graduate student Rasiha Adem spoke with Londra Gazete on the importance of the coronavirus vaccines and the current circumstances with the NHS following the drop in the Covid-19 deaths.

Rasiha who continues her master’s education at the University of Roehampton evaluated England’s coronavirus vaccine program and urged people to get the vaccine.

Rasiha advised that everyone should be vaccinated against the virus in order to decrease the pressure on the NHS. Adem said: The vaccination roll put programme is going very well many of us are working 8am-8pm to get people in to have their vaccinations, we are on target and we are currently vaccinating the 60s age group in my borough Merton. We are happy with the uptake by patients many are happy to take the vaccine and with one call we book them in and they accept. Especially the elderly who have been interested in vaccinations and we had no difficulty in getting them in since the beginning of the programme. There is still a long way to go we still need to give second doses and give first doses to the rest of the adult population.

“There is nothing to worry about regarding the vaccine, yes some may get side severe side effects but this is rare. I myself had mild side effects. The vaccine contains a weakened version of the virus so I was poorly for a day but if you think about it better to be unwell one day than catch the virus and be severely ill for months. Currently yes the deaths have fallen but we are still under pressure we are all working hard with this vaccination programme so it is essential that everyone follows guidelines to reduce the risk of an increase in the virus and hospitalizations. My advice would be that once they are called by their local GP they must attend. Even if they get their first dose they must still adhere to the guidelines keep distance wash hands wear a mask and don’t meet people.

“This pandemic has been a very stressful time for myself and my colleagues we are not only physically tired but we are also mentally tired. For someone that goes to Cyprus every year and loves to stay there, I mentally struggled a lot when I couldn’t go last year, not being able to see my family and relatives really affected me. Many of us are working longer hours and exposing ourselves to risk. The light at the end of the tunnel is seen but we have more work to get there. So please, if you’re eligible and invited please get your vaccination and save not only your life but the lives of many others. The vaccine is vital, the vaccine saves lives.”


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