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The Salvation Army is always busiest at this time of year as it provides hampers, gifts, meals and accommodation for those in needThe door handle, and use a pair of vice grips to cran, but the organisation expects Christmas 2020 to be its biggest ever.
“There’s lots of new facesThere were 289,500 new vaccines delivered t, lots of new people coming to the army who quite possibly were donors last year,” the organisation’s national public relations secretary Bruce Harmer told SBS NewsChinese vaccines. “This year they’re needing our support.”