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# covid-19 vaccine

Last year
Over €90m of out-of-date and no longer fit-for-purpose Covid-19 vaccines written off last year
Ireland's Covid-19 vaccination programme will pause over the summer
Debunked: Claims that an NFL player collapsed due to a Covid-19 vaccine are completely unfounded
All time
EU backs new Omicron vaccines for first jabs, and not just for boosters
Explainer: What you need to know about the new adapted Covid vaccines heading into winter
No booster for high-risk teens major source of concern as mask mandate lifts, family says
Booster vaccines to be available for all over-16s from Sunday
'It's not down to hesitancy at all': Are people less enthusiastic about boosters?
Health authorities accused of poor communication as more than half of pregnant women forgo vaccine
'People trusted the science': Chair of vaccine taskforce explains Ireland's high vaccine uptake rate
Moderna requests EU approval of its vaccine for adolescents
Health Minister confirms wait between AstraZeneca doses to be reduced from twelve weeks to eight
Gap between AstraZeneca doses can be reduced from twelve weeks to eight, NIAC advises
Vaccines for 40 to 44-year-olds set to begin in the middle of June
People in the North aged 18 and over can register for a vaccine from today
EU regulator says unusual blood clots should be listed as 'very rare side effect' of J&J vaccine
AstraZeneca rollout resumes in Ireland after pause as EU threatens company with export ban
Moderna launches Covid-19 vaccine trials to assess safety in children
All over-70s in a Kerry village have received their first Covid-19 vaccine
FactFind: What are Covid-19 vaccines effective at preventing?
Government to consider plan to raise position of people with underlying conditions on vaccine priority list
Nearly 200,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in Ireland
Believers in Covid-19 conspiracies in the UK less likely to accept vaccine, study shows
Nearly 14,000 healthcare workers fully vaccinated as doses administered tops 160,000
People warned of scam text messages and calls about the Covid-19 vaccine
Healthcare workers still in need of first vaccine dose to remain waiting until February
UK officials resist calls by doctors to cut the delay between vaccine doses
'Increasingly antagonistic' people not wearing masks in shops as retailers ask for higher vaccine priority for staff
Most firefighters still unvaccinated as vaccinators wait on more supply
Two family members of staff at second Dublin hospital received Covid-19 vaccine
Health Minister seeks early delivery of AstraZeneca vaccines
Pfizer says vaccine deliveries to be back on track next week after delay
FactCheck: No, Pfizer did not say unprotected sex should be avoided after the vaccine because of risk from 'genetic manipulation'
The majority of Irish people say they will get the Covid-19 vaccine - global survey
Nearly 10,000 vaccines arrive in Ireland with four days to go to first vaccination
Pfizer vaccine could be approved for use in Ireland next week as EMA brings forward meeting
Opinion: We need careful messaging from Government - the 'vaccine hesitant' will not respond well to coercion
Dr Padraig Murphy
Vaccine task force report to be discussed by Cabinet today
Ireland on the cusp of deploying two Covid-19 vaccines – Dr Ronan Glynn
FactCheck: Have manufacturers provided 'incomplete testing data' meaning their vaccines won't be approved?