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The GP group recognized for its success with an ephemeral vaccination clinic

The GP surgery modalities group has been recognized for its success in vaccinating more than 50,000 people against the coronavirus at a pop-up center in Keighley.

Modality, which includes Fisher Medical in Skipton and Silsden Medical Center in Silsden, organized the vaccination team at the Markazi Jamia Mosque in Keighley. It was one of the first pop-up clinics in the UK and by the end of the year it had received over 50,000 vaccinations.

In order to mark the accomplishment, the mosque committee and elders as well as committee member Mohamed Nazam organized a presentation to the Modality GP group.

Lois Brown, Practice Manager for AWC Modality, who received the award from Mohammed Sadiq, President of the Keighley Muslim Association, said: “This is one of the highlights of my professional career and shows the value to work with our communities can stay healthy and well. ”

Umar Iqbal, Chief Pharmacist of the AWC Modality Division received a special award from Keighley MP Robbie Moore in recognition of his work in setting up the vaccination clinic with the mosque and his work in combating myths and hesitation immunizations that prevented people from getting vaccinated for the first time. Free.

He said: “I am very proud to have received this award and to have been able to help immunize people and put our local mosques at the center of the vaccination effort.”

From January 6, the Keighley Vaccination Clinic will move across the road to the Sangat Center on Marlborough Street.

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