If they aren't aware there's a pandemic due to "language difficulties", they'll be unlikely to understand a vaccination appointment letter.To be fair, if it was a found that the majority of no shows were of the BAME community, would it be reported in today's climate?
If it was an issue it would be spun as the government not doing enough to ensure the BAME community are fully informed and able to attend for a jab. . . . Institutionalised racism etc.
Or maybe do a bit of thinking about whether or not living in a country where the majority language is some form of English or other is a good idea?Learn to speak English. Integrate. Simple.
You may wish to cast your eyes over this:
Earlier the first minister said he did not want vaccinators "standing around with nothing to do".www.bbc.co.uk
The Head of The Welsh Parochial Council, Mark 'Ugwe' Drakeford, is taking a bit of rough handling in the Comments section of this piece.
His comments on the 'Today' programme this morning have been ridiculed, particularly his reasoning behind the less-than-rapid roll out of vaccination - he doesn't want vaccinators standing idly by if the vaccine runs out.
I commend the Comments section to the House - anyone here owning up to being 'DaveRAMC'?
Fraud and corruption in Tower Hamlets? Fraud and corruption from a Labour MP? I'm shocked, shocked I tell you.
"Gendered violence"? FFS.
So, according to that article, Scotland is no better than Wales and lagging well behind England and NI. Where is the criticism towards Scotland's "Mammy" and her cavalcade of town councillors?
Are you in Lowestoft? You may have 'done' my aged Mum (91). She said something about "just a prick with a needle".In my area (Suffolk), we have been putting it in peoples arms as quickly as we can.
When it runs out, staff will have a well earned rest. Many are working a 12 hour shift, with an hour for lunch.