The news brand surpassed their target of 30,000 volunteers within days
Thousands of readers have signed up to do shifts at more than 1,500 vaccination centres across the country.
The recruitment drive comes after the prime minister’s target of one million booster jabs a day to fight the Omicron variant.
The Sun’s ‘Jabs Army’ helpers have already given up over one million hours of their time to fight against Covid, with stewards playing key roles in vaccination centres to make the process as safe and efficient as possible.
Celebrities from across the sporting and entertainment worlds have come out in support of the volunteers, including boxer Nicola Adams, TV presenter Vernon Kay and barrister and Sun columnist Robert Rinder. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has also lent her support as president of the Royal Voluntary Service.
Adams commented: “I’ve seen first-hand how caring and kind everyone working at the centre is when I visited a Woodhouse Medical Practice vaccine centre in Leeds near my home.
“It’s amazing that the volunteers are giving up their time for free and medical staff are working around the clock to get every protected.”
Rinder added: “The Sun readers continue to do everything they can to keep our communities safe and avoid another catastrophic shutdown. You are – as ever – the best of all of us.”