Photo Release: Ahmadiyya Vaccine Clinic
Updated: Mar 3
On February 11, Stephen Lecce, MPP for King-Vaughan, partnered with Ahmadiyya Canada to host a pop-up vaccine clinic for families in Maple. At the clinic, he had a booth set up to offer laminated vaccine QR codes for anyone in the community that needed one.
Hundreds of Vaughan families came out for their first, second and third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in a safe, supportive and local location. MPP Lecce partnered with York Public Health along with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Vaughan.
MPP Lecce and the community promoted the vaccine clinic to residents by sending promotional materials in English and Urdu, and had Urdu speaking volunteers on-site.
“A successful pop-up vaccine clinic in Maple was held in partnership with Ahmadiyya Canada — helping to support hundreds of families in the heart of our community,” said Stephen Lecce, MPP for King-Vaughan. “It was great to meet local families as my team laminated vaccine QR codes on-site. If anyone in King-Vaughan is in need of one, they are welcome to contact my office.”
“We are grateful to MPP Stephen Lecce for helping with the COVID-19 vaccine clinic in our community. This was the second pop-up clinic held that helped to immunize hundreds of families in Vaughan and across the Region,” said Dr. Aslam Daud. “Thank you to our local volunteers, York Public Health and MPP Lecce for supporting the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community with the much needed vaccination at this critical time.”
Photo link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/cPKRyAdm8DVpJNgc6