Adil Ray and Romesh Ranganathan urge ethnic minorities to get vaccinated

'How do you save someone's life? Take the vaccine.'

1/26/2021 5:30:00 PM

'How do you save someone's life? Take the vaccine.'

'How do you save someone's life? Take the vaccine.'

and Konnie Huq have come together with a whole host of stars to urge people from ethnic minority communities to get their coronavirus vaccine.It has previously been reported that those from Black, Asian and ethnic minority groups have been seen tobe disproportionately impacted by Covid-19

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and now the vaccine rollout is underway, celebrities are highlighting the importance of getting the injection.Appearing in a new video, created in association with the British Asian Trust, to share guidance and information about the vaccine and offer reassurance,

star Adil stressed the need to ‘look after others’.AdvertisementAdvertisementHe says: ‘Looking after others and serving our community is what we do. It’s how we have been brought up. It’s why we have such immense pride when a family member becomes a doctor or a nurse.

‘We have so much respect for them. They need our respect now more than ever. They need our help.’Former Blue Peter presenter Konnie adds: ‘Our community has played its part… the vaccine was available more quickly because of a global effort’ while Romesh was on hand to debunk myths surrounding the jab.

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😂🤣🇬🇧 So now you're rolling out the Indians, who next, a couple of black men, for black people? You lot are full of shit. Good point, quick question if I may. How does taking a vaccine that doesn't prevent infection and doesn't prevent transmission save someone's life? Before answering please actually read the claims made by the drugs companies about the vaccines they're marketing.