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Show your support, wear your badge! Buy your V-Star
badge supporting the COVID 19 vaccination

As the Covid 19 deaths surpass the grim milestone of 100,000 (one of the highest in the world) the success of the vaccination programme in the UK becomes even more imperative. Over 9 million UK residents have now received the first Covid 19 vaccine.

However, scaremongering, misinformation and fake news is unhelpful and could be contributing to vaccine hesitance, It’s important everyone, from all communities, comes together to have the vaccine, to enable us to return to normal as soon as possible.

The Vaccine Star (V-Star) badge is designed to show your support for the vaccination programme, and anyone can wear it, whether they have been vaccinated or not. It is a high quality British made 3cm blue enamelled star set in gold metal with a butterfly clasp.

All profits will go to NHS charities, which deliver help where it’s really needed directly to NHS frontline staff, as well as local charities. Help us to get help to our Heroes where and when it’s really needed!

Hopeful that our NHS heroes don’t burn out completely before we need them for other medical emergencies? Give them hope that we are behind them, take up the vaccine, wear your badge with pride to show your support.

It’s tough being out there on the front line and more than anyone, they need to see there is an end in sight. It’s a slap in the face to our frontline workers when a solution is offered, but not taken up.

The sooner we ALL take up this vaccine the sooner things will get back to normal. If some choose, for sometimes misguided and false reasons not to take it up, we are all more at risk, and normality will take much longer to return. SHOW YOUR SUPPORT, become a Vaccine Star and wear your V-Star badge with pride.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Covid-19 vaccines offer a “way out” of the pandemic, “but we cannot let up now”.

The vaccination programme is on track to deliver a first dose to 15 million of the most vulnerable by mid-February and to offer all adults their first dose by autumn.

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