Loose Women's Jane Moore has been volunteering at a coronavirus vaccine centre

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Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images

Jane Moore has shared a seriously inspiring message with fans, announcing that she's been volunteering again at a coronavirus vaccination centre.

Taking to Instagram, she told her followers: "Volunteering again today at a vaccination centre. So great to see the younger ones in their late 30s coming through now. It鈥檚 a reminder of how impressively efficient the vaccine rollout has been (and continues to be) in the UK."

She also praised the role of the NHS in rolling out and delivering the vaccine, with the success of the vaccine programme being "thanks to the incredible NHS staff here doing the slog." She even jokingly told fans: "I鈥檓 not quite on their level, but I have been told that my chair wiping skills are sublime."

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Jane was sporting a face mask to stay in compliance with coronavirus safety rules. Her fellow Loose Women presenters and fans alike found her volunteering inspiring, with Ruth Langsford commenting "馃憦馃憦馃憦."

We think it's a really great deed that Jane is doing and think its brilliant that she's helping encourage eligible people to get their vaccine.

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