ENGLAND ace Harry Maguire has called on Britain to help give Covid the boot – by signing up to The Sun’s vital Jabs Army.
Manchester United’s captain praised our volunteer crusade, calling it “incredible”.
Harry, 28, added: “Volunteers have been the backbone of the vaccine effort supporting medical staff to get jabs in arms.
“The Sun has been instrumental in this.
“With the latest variant, it is now more important than ever for people to get their jabs.
"And for that, more volunteers are needed.
“It doesn’t matter if you have just one day in the next three weeks, everything helps.”
Some 14,000 readers have answered the call but we need 30,000 steward volunteers to staff 1,500 centres.
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Harry is backed by a host of celebs, with many having visited vaccine centres.
Presenter Vernon Kay, 47, said: “I’ve seen the incredible efforts the volunteers and medics have put in first hand in my hometown of Bolton.”
Actor Dean Gaffney, 43, said: “What the volunteers have done this year is nothing short of amazing.”
HOW TO JOIN
VOLUNTEERS can register online at nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk or by scanning the QR code above with your smartphone.
You will be asked to download the GoodSAM Responder app, which will match you to a role.
You need commit to only two six-hour shifts a month at a jabs centre. Your expenses will be covered and no experience or qualifications are needed.
You will be in a team with NHS staff and volunteers. The Royal Voluntary Service will make appropriate background checks.
GO TO: nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk
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