Leaders of the Methodist Church get first jab of AstraZeneca vaccine
Methodist Church President calls on people to get vaccinated as this is the only way forward from this virus

Leaders of the Methodist Church get first jab of AstraZeneca vaccine

Methodist Church President calls on people to get vaccinated as this is the only way forward from this virus

By Iva Danford
Friday 11/06/2021

Leaders of the Methodist Church in Fiji including the President Reverend Ili Vunisuwai and General Secretary of the Church Reverend Iliesa Naivalu received their first jab of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Suva today.

Speaking after getting vaccinated, Reverend Vunisuwai says he knows that there is a lot of hesitation out there in getting vaccinated and he calls on people to get the jab as it is our social obligation.

He says he believes that the Ministry of Health has given all the information that we need to assure us that the vaccine is safe.

Reverend Vunisuwai says he trusts the health officials and he knows that getting vaccinated will also help our economy apart from giving people the protection that they need.

The President of the Methodist Church is also calling on people and especially the Methodist congregation to get vaccinated as this is the only way forward from this virus.



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