A Sikh temple in Luton has turned into a vaccination clinic.
Dozens of people from different religious backgrounds received a jab today after the pop up clinic opened.
Each April Sikhs worldwide celebrate Vaisakhi, which marks the anniversary of Sikhism becoming a collective faith.
Whilst coronavirus restrictions have prevented them from celebrating in the usual way, Luton's Guru Nanak Gurdwara (temple) set up the Vaisakhi vaccine clinic.
Watch more: Balwinder Singh from the Gurdwara speaks about the clinic
Over 50 people signed up to be vaccinated, with many of the volunteers speaking a wide range of languages.
Watch more: Prof Gurch Randhawa from the University of Bedfordshire