EASYJET cabin crew workers are set to train up as vaccinators to help with the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.The airline is continuing to operate a red
EASYJET cabin crew workers are set to train up as vaccinators to help with the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
The airline is continuing to operate a reduced schedule due to the pandemic, and first offered the jab support in November.
It comes as the government plans to vaccinate the elderly, the vulnerable and frontline workers – around 15 million people – by mid-February.
To help meet its target, it’s opening up centres and recruiting volunteers.
EasyJet crew who apply will be fast-tracked to become trained vaccinators at NHS vaccination centres across the country.
They will undergo online training and onsite immunisation training to become fully-qualified in administering the vaccine.
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