Two Harrogate district residents who have recently been vaccinated have heaped praise on the team behind the local vaccination centre.
David Ridgway and David Hill got their coronavirus jabs at the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate this month.
Both residents contacted the Stray Ferret with the hope that their experiences will encourage anyone who is apprehensive.
Mr Ridgway, who lives in Pateley Bridge with his wife, said over a video call (above):
“They deserve a big round of applause. For anybody who is maybe a little bit apprehensive about going, don’t worry at all.
“It’s a very easy and relaxed experience with plenty of happy, smiling faces.”
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Mr Hill, who lives in Harrogate, also told the Stray Ferret:
“Other than a sore arm for a couple of days I had no side effects other than mentally feeling ‘over the moon’!
“The whole process was brilliantly organised so much so I told our MP Andrew Jones it had made me feel proud to be British.
“I also rang my GP surgery telling them the same story and they were pleased to receive the call.”