COVID-19: Great Yarmouth man imprisoned after closing Georgeston vaccination center | UK news

A man who affixed the padlock to a COVID-19 vaccination center has been sentenced to three months in prison.

Hayden Brown squirted glue into the key hole of the door to a drugstore on Lowestoft Road, Gorleston, Norfolk, has prevented more than 500 people from getting their booster vaccines.

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He is 53 years old, from Burj Street in Great Yarmouth, on Tuesday after he was identified by secret cameras set up in the wake of two previous incidents on November 12 and November 20.

Norfolk Police said Brown had pleaded criminally responsible and pleaded guilty to causing public inconvenience in Norwich District Court.

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A total of 504 vulnerable people were denied access to it Corona virus disease The jab is reinforced by the accident on November 26.

Superintendent Nathan Clark said a “significant number” of affected people are elderly, adding: “This disorder will cause great concern to those who choose to vaccinate and then not [been] able to attend.”

The defendant also admitted possessing cannabis which was found in his home after his arrest.

He submitted a guilty plea and was sentenced on Wednesday.

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