United Grand Lodge of England: Freemasons encouraged to volunteer for vaccination drive


Freemasons encouraged to volunteer for vaccination drive

(by Jemma Bufton, Worcester News, 10th February 2021)

 

The Freemasons are encouraging its 200,000 members to roll up their sleeves and volunteer to help vaccinate the population. The Freemasons have also offered their lodges to administer the vital jabs and many buildings are being used as Covid-19 vaccination centres.

In addition, the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), the governing body for Freemasonry in England and Wales, is encouraging Freemasons to donate their time and efforts to help fight the virus. It also emphasised that those volunteering should not participate if they are in an at-risk group.

David Staples CE of UGLE said: “In 2018, more than 18.5 million hours of volunteer work were undertaken by Freemasons. Now that we have the vaccine in the UK, it is crucial that we help in every way we can to protect the population. If the NHS needs people, then we are happy to…

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Freemasons encouraged to volunteer for vaccination drive

 

Freemasons encouraged to volunteer for vaccination drive
 

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