Mosque serving largest Muslim community in UK seeks to reassure those hesitant about the shot

Hundreds of people were vaccinated at the weekend at a pop-up clinic set up by the East London mosque to encourage Muslims to be inoculated amid widespread concerns about the jab.

The mosque, which serves the biggest Muslim community in the UK, said the aim of the clinic was to reassure people who were hesitant about taking the vaccine. Recent studies have shown significantly lower than average take-up among BAME people.

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