Prioritise funeral workers for COVID vaccine.

We deal with families face to face on a daily basis, quite a lot of these families have sadly lost loved ones to covid. We also care for deceased who have tragically been taken by COVID. We feel we are the forgotten front line workers that have been forgotten during this pandemic.

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1: We now come to the general debate on covid-19. I call Minister Penny Mordaunt to move the motion - Speech Link
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1: beg to move,That this House has considered covid-19.Today’s debate comes at a critical moment - Speech Link
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1: beg to move,That this House has considered covid-19.Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, for your - Speech Link
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6: the Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, my hon. Friend the Member for Stratford-on-Avon - Speech Link
7: progress. One group is further away from receiving a vaccine: undergraduates who would otherwise be returning - Speech Link
8: prioritising those most at risk as we roll out the vaccine. When I come to them later, he will hear about - Speech Link

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