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Vaccine rollout hits major milestone as 90% of adults are fully vaccinated
Seven million vaccine doses will have been administered by the end of today.
'People trusted the science': Chair of vaccine taskforce explains Ireland's high vaccine uptake rate
The latest figures show that 91.7% have at least one vaccine dose, while 87.8% are fully vaccinated.
25% of adults in Ireland have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine
It’s the latest milestone for the vaccine rollout.
Three mass vaccination centres for GPs to run tomorrow
Daily vaccination figures will be published from 25 January.
One million vaccinated by June 'not a bad estimation', says head of task force
Education Minister Norma Foley said it was possible that “more than one million people” could be vaccinated by June.
A small volume of Covid-19 vaccines could be available this month, Taoiseach tells FF TDs
Up to 15 mass vaccination centres around the country are being considered, the health committee also heard today.
'Rude', 'didn't care', 'absence of customer service': One woman's experience of CervicalCheck delays
The case of Sharon – who waited months to receive her results – was outlined in a rapid review of CervicalCheck yesterday.
DCU president calls for government intervention as student complex hikes rents by 27%
A group of students staged the protest last night in response to the hikes.
Good news for All Hallows students - it's being sold to DCU
The former seminary had to shut its doors last year after falling into financial difficulty.
Fancy yourself as the next Michael O'Leary? New third-level courses could be for you
DCU and the DAA have joined up to establish the Dublin Aviation Institute.