Salisbury Cathedral puts Covid jabs on hold for Easter worship

Small numbers will be allowed to attend services, and album of organ music released as charity fundraiser

In the past three months more than 25,000 people have filed through the spectacular nave of Salisbury Cathedral to be vaccinated against Covid to the sounds of Brahms, Elgar, Handel and others. Some may have offered a passing prayer of thanks to God and the NHS.

On Sunday there will be no needles, no vials and no medics. The vaccination programme has been suspended for Christian Holy Week and Easter weekend and the cathedral has reverted to its normal business of worship.

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