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The Queen WILL host a Christmas party and Charles visits the vaccination center to strengthen the Jabs Army

The Queen is keeping her cool as Omicron fears engulfing the Government – and still plans to throw her family’s annual Christmas party.

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The Queen is keeping her cool as Omicron fears engulfing the Government - and still plans to throw her family's annual Christmas party

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The Queen is keeping her cool as Omicron fears engulfing the Government – and still plans to throw her family’s annual Christmas partyCredit: The Times
Charles and Camilla join The Sun's Jabs Army and praise the work of vaccine volunteers

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Charles and Camilla join The Sun’s Jabs Army and praise the work of vaccine volunteersCredit: AP

Last night PM faces its biggest rebellion yet as nearly 100 Tory MPs oppose moves including passing Covid for major events.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles participation The Jabs Army of the Sun and praise the work of vaccine volunteers.

Charles, 73, told vaccinators and volunteers at a walking unit: “You are amazing. What can we do without you?”

The Lambeth GP Federation Center – in a church hall in Kennington, South London – is doing more than 3,000 boosters a day.

His visit with his wife Camilla, 74 years old, until the NHS revealed 562,800 spikes had been fired on Monday – 513,722 of which were boosters.

Booster deployment speed is very important for Christmas savings for millions of families.

That’s why The Sun’s new Jabs Army campaign – endorsed by Camilla in yesterday’s article – is trying to recruit 30,000 volunteers.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will be among the approximately 50 members of the Royal Family expected to be at Windsor Castle next Tuesday for the Queen’s Christmas lunch.

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Moves to cancel the event for the second year that are taking place due to Covid are being opposed.

There will be wine, crackers and a party inside the castle with the extended family – before the Queen departs for Sandringham, Norfolk, for Christmas itself.

Royal family The Christmas Day focus at Sandringham and the trip to St Mary Magdalene’s Church are also currently not expected to be derailed due to virus fears.

This will be the king’s first Christmas in 73 years without her Prince Philip’s husband, who passed away at the age of 99 in April.

A source said: “It’s ongoing at the moment but it’s clear it will be looked at until the last moment.”

Tuesday’s party has been moved from Buckingham Palace to Windsor, where the Queen is still performing “light duty” after being threatened with health.

An insider said: “It’s Windsor Castle so it should be pretty easy on social distancing if needed.

“It’s not like the Queen wants to let anything get in the way of a family event like this.

“For Ms. Nam, after she lost her husband and was forced to do light duty as prescribed by the doctor.

“This will probably be the first time many family members have been together since Philip’s funeral.

“But obviously everyone has to act responsibly and things can change in a short period of time but for now it’s all set for Tuesday.”

Yesterday, the Queen held a virtual audience via video link from Windsor Castle with Azerbaijani ambassador Elin Suleymanov at Buckingham Palace.

HOW TO JOIN

VOLUNTEERS can register online at nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk or by scanning the QR code above with your smartphone.

You will be asked to download the GoodSAM Responder app, which will help you match a certain role.

You need to commit to only working six hour shifts per month at the jabs center. Your expenses will be covered and no experience or qualifications are required.

You will be on a team with NHS staff and volunteers. The Royal Volunteers will do a proper background check.

GO: nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk

Next week, she’ll be playing hostess to members of her extended family – not all of whom will be with her on Christmas Day.

Three of her four new grandchildren – August, Lucas and Siena – all born this year are expected to join the party.

But based in the US Prince Harry, Meghan, Archie and their daughter Lilibet, who was also born this year, will not fly over for the bash.

The day after the Christmas party, the Queen is expected to catch a helicopter to Sandringham for the start of the holiday season – and will then be joined by loved ones.

The Queen was forced to spend Christmas last year at Windsor for the first time in 33 years.

She jotted down her Christmas Day phone address.

Cameras from ITV captured her at Windsor Castle a few weeks ago.

In Lambeth, masked Charles exploded vaccine hesitancy “It’s frustrating with all of this bullshit conspiracy theories,” said.

He also spoke to some of the hundreds of people resting after being stabbed.

“A lot of amazing people have volunteered,” he said. I’m glad you didn’t have to wait so long.”

‘MAK MY BIT’

He spoke with Kate Suiter, a former image editor who trained eight months ago to be a vaccination doctor.

She then said, “He said thanks for the help and I joked that I had a jab as a gift.

“He laughed and said ‘I’ll use that’.”

The prince has observed a number of vaccinations – including university medical students – delivering booster shots to those who wait patiently.

Abdul Mukadam, 53, the GP in charge of Lambeth’s Covid vaccinations, said afterwards: “Charles thanks and acknowledges every volunteer and immunizer he has met.

“He thanked them for the hard work they had been doing.

“Everybody has been doing their job whether it was training as an immunizer, coming in as a volunteer, or returning for a booster shot – and Charles did his job by acknowledge efforts.

“It’s a welcome admission and there are a lot of people across the country doing their thing.

“In a way, this is an acknowledgment and thanks to all of them.

NHS Couldn’t have done this on my own without all of these volunteers. “

A spokesperson for the Queen did not wish to comment.

Waiting time for dose in 15 minutes

Health leaders have dropped the 15-minute wait rule after a controversy – allowing the NHS to deliver an additional 950,000 doses weekly.

Bosses estimate dropping the red ribbon will increase the speed of the boost release by 30%.

Dr Emily Lawson said: 'NHS staff are working hard to set up more locations and additional appointments'

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Dr Emily Lawson said: ‘NHS staff are working hard to set up more locations and additional appointments’Credit: Refer to Footnote

It has 562,800 doses that were injected yesterday, a record for Monday.

So far, Britons are forced to walk around after the third shot to make sure they don’t suffer a rare allergic reaction.

But health professionals want to go first Omicron variant.

The NHS in England experienced a new surge in increase booking, with 655,000 people over the age of 30 securing an appointment, the second highest on record.

More than 24 million Britons have now had their third scan, including three in four over 75, and from today over 18s can book an enhanced appointment

Dr Emily Lawson said: “NHS staff are working hard to set up more locations and additional appointments.”

59,610 other positives Covid cases was reported yesterday – the highest number since early January.

And 150 more deaths, take Pandemic in the UK a total of 146,627.

Charles told vaccinators and volunteers at a walk-in unit: 'You're amazing.  What can we do without you?'

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Charles told vaccinators and volunteers at a walk-in unit: ‘You’re amazing. What can we do without you?’Credit: Reuters
Charles' visit with wife Camilla comes as the NHS revealed 562,800 spikes were fired on Monday - 513,722 of which were boosters

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Charles’ visit with wife Camilla comes as the NHS revealed 562,800 spikes were fired on Monday – 513,722 of which were boostersCredit: Reuters
The Queen spoke to Elin Suleymanov, Ambassador from Azerbaijan and his wife Lala Abdurahimova, via a live video link

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The Queen spoke to Elin Suleymanov, Ambassador from Azerbaijan and his wife Lala Abdurahimova, via a live video linkCredit: PA
Join our Jabs Army volunteers and help save Christmas

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Join our Jabs Army volunteers and help save Christmas
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