#Open journalism No news is bad news

Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you

Support The Journal
Dublin: 3°C Thursday 26 November 2020

#covid-19 vaccine

# covid-19-vaccine - Friday 20 November, 2020

Taoiseach: Covid vaccine could be a 'wonderful Christmas voucher' for next year

Micheál Martin told Virgin Media that the Covid-19 vaccine “gives us hope, and enables us to say, ‘let’s double down’.”

# covid-19-vaccine - Wednesday 11 November, 2020

High-level taskforce created to oversee Covid-19 vaccine roll out in Ireland

People who are most vulnerable to Covid-19 will be the immediate priority of government.

# covid-19-vaccine - Wednesday 9 September, 2020

Oxford vaccine trial paused after UK volunteer falls ill

The Mexican government is working with the company AstraZeneca to carry out trials of the Oxford vaccine.

# covid-19-vaccine - Friday 4 September, 2020

Russian Covid-19 vaccine shows 'no serious adverse affects' in preliminary study

Russia surprised the world when it announced the development of a vaccine last month.

# covid-19-vaccine - Tuesday 1 September, 2020

FactCheck: No, Leo Varadkar did not say he supports forced vaccination against Covid-19

A clip from a speech Varadkar made at the Global Vaccine Summit has been used to claim he said he supports forced vaccination for everyone in Ireland.

# covid-19-vaccine - Friday 14 August, 2020

Debunk: No, the first UK volunteer in a Covid-19 vaccine trial has not died

Elisa Granato was one of the first volunteers in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the UK – and she’s alive and well.

# covid-19-vaccine - Monday 10 August, 2020

Northern Ireland residents invited to volunteer for Covid-19 vaccine research

Volunteers can sign up to a registry to link researchers with potential trial participants.

# covid-19-vaccine - Tuesday 28 July, 2020

Trump promises coronavirus vaccine by 'unleashing American scientific genius'

The US has been badly hit by the coronavirus, with over 4.2 million confirmed cases and nearly 150,000 deaths.