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# booster shots

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More than 215,000 booster appointments missed in the last two weeks, Taoiseach tells Dáil
Questions over the actual number of booster ‘no-shows’ have been raised in recent weeks due to issues with the booking system.
Vladimir Putin takes experimental nasal vaccine against Covid-19
The Russian president took the shot three days after receiving his booster shot.
Booster vaccine programme for over-60s to begin next week
A booster shot will only be given six months after a person received their second dose of the vaccine.
Those aged between 60-69 will get their booster shot at a mass vaccination centre, while GPs will administer the jabs to those aged between 70 to 79.
Booster shots will only be given to a person six months after the date of their second dose of the vaccine.
The Irish Pharmacy Union said the decision to exclude community pharmacies from the campaign is 'illogical'
From snake oil to government policy - the long and winding antigen test debate
Government to send antigen tests to fully vaccinated close contacts
Donnelly says he would like to see healthcare workers get the green light for the booster jab
The booster shots for the over 60s will begin ‘imminently’, said the minister.
US rebuffs WHO call for moratorium on Covid booster vaccines
“We cannot accept countries that have already used most of the global supply of vaccines using even more of it,” the WHO chief said.
Large numbers will need vaccine booster shots later this year and into next year, Cabinet hears
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly got government approval to purchase millions of vaccine doses for use in 2022.