Miss England 2019 Bhasha Mukherjee receives first dose of COVID vaccine

23 Jan 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Dr Bhasha Mukherjee who represented England at Miss World 2019 has been working as a COVID front liners at the Pilgrim Hospital in Lincolnshire and Royal Derby Hospital in east England after she flew back from a humanitarian tour of India at the peak of the pandemic in April 2020 has received her first dose of COVID vaccine recently. Bhasha received the vaccine jabs in order to keep continuing to help saving lives as a front liner.

The diva took to her social media to share the news and update her fans and followers with her health condition. She mentioned, “In other news; I have finally got my COVID-19 jab this week and no side effects and symptoms for the last 72 hours post receiving my jab!”. The diva stated that she feels good to know that she is protected and she’s sure that her colleagues feel the same way.



Bhasha has been working tirelessly ever since she retuned to England and feels grateful that she has received her first dose of vaccine as, “being BAME [black, Asian, minority ethnic], I'm in a high-risk group. I feel so grateful to be in the position to have received the vaccine when millions are in the waiting line across the globe. My prayers are with everyone who's waiting patiently at home, including my own family members who I hope will get their vaccines soon too”, she added. 

The front liner who is appreciated for her continuous work to help people shared that she and her colleagues were excited when they got to know that they will be getting the vaccine and she also added that she has no side affects as she did a zoom call where she worked out, press-ups and celebrated.

Dr Bhasha Mukherjee who is the longest serving Miss England has also been carrying out with her crown duties virtually after working 12-hour shifts often seven days a week and became an ambassador for the eco-friendly feminine hygiene Plastfree Pads. The diva is working towards spreading awareness around the safety of COVID-19 vaccines following the reports of reluctance among the UK's ethnic minority communities in taking up the jabs.



"This vaccine is safe for us all. It is safe for you and your family. It is our best chance of beating this virus. So, I urge everyone across our wonderfully diverse country when the time comes to keep everyone safe," she said.

We salute the spirit of the queen as a front liner and as reigning Miss England and carrying out her crown duties. She is also going to represent England at Miss Charm International 2021.