Sikh Temple in Sydney’s north west becomes pop-up COVID-19 vaccination hub | ABC News

The Australian Sikh Association delivers food to the vulnerable, serves 400-500 meals a day and now they’re onto the next big thing. Gurdwara Sahib Glenwood, a Sikh temple in Sydney’s north-west, is turning into a pop-up vaccination hub.

Jatinder Singh from the Australian Sikh Association took the COVID-19 vaccine to encourage others in his community to roll up their sleeves.

He says they will need more vaccines to reach demand.


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