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# free contraception

This month
June 2024
Free contraception to be made available to women up to age 35 from July
This year
Free contraception to be made available to women up to the age of 35
Last year
150,000 women aged 17 to 26 have accessed free contraception scheme this year
Free contraception scheme expanded to include women aged 27-30
All time
Over 700 GPs still waiting for free contraception contracts to be finalised
Free contraception scheme for women aged 17 to 25 begins today
Free contraception for women aged 17 to 25 to be rolled out by September
Donnelly: Free contraception scheme for women aged 17-25 will begin in August 2022
Roll out of free contraception expected to be given green light for Budget 2022
No money in next year's budget for free contraception, committee heard
Harris announces public consultation on increasing access to contraception
Calls for free folic acid to be given to Irish women as minister considers it ahead of Budget
Harris announces group to examine how to make contraception cheaper
Working group to investigate how to roll out free contraception for Irish women
Giving women free access to the pill will require a change in the law
Government to provide more free condoms to tackle crisis pregnancies
'Completely flawed': Doctors and pharmacists divided over plans for free contraception
Government considering the roll-out of free contraception