Jeremy puts himself at the sharp end of Covid vaccination efforts
With a syringe in his hand, Kamarin employee Jeremy Tucker has been working at the sharp end of the fight against the Covid pandemic.
The EPOS Engineer has been one of a nationwide army of St John Ambulance volunteers, delivering scores of vaccine shots a day in villages around Cambridgeshire.
And he’s been very busy fulfilling the role for which he volunteered through the NHS web site. “You sit down for a day, and by the end of it you’ve vaccinated more than 100 people,” he said.
He stepped forward to offer his help because, as he sees it, vaccination has to be the way out of the pandemic. “Vaccinating everyone is a huge task, and someone had to do it,” he said. “It’s very rewarding because it’s good to be able to help people.”
He’s been doing his volunteering around Cambridgeshire at weekends, mostly in small centres in villages, using an app to offer his services where they’re needed.