The National Fire Chiefs Council has singled out Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service for praise for its humanitarian assistance during the pandemic.
The NFCC has commended the Service's 'unfaltering commitment' and highlighted the numbers of vaccinations administered, test centres built and other work carried out. It praised staff's willingness to help, teamwork and diligence.
The story can be read in full on the National Fire Chiefs Council website. However, due to the fast pace on the ongoing work, the figures are already out of date. Up to the beginning of this week, NFRS staff had built 11 test centres, administered 24,506 vaccines and made 3,646 signposting and befriending calls.