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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# shot in the arm

Last year
Huge boost for champions Netherlands as Miedema returns from Covid layoff for quarter-final
The Arsenal star is back in the Dutch squad in time for their last-eight clash with France.
All time
Pregnant women to be offered Covid-19 vaccines as Cabinet accepts NIAC advice
Over 600,000 doses of the single-shot vaccine are due in Ireland before the end of June.
69-year-olds can register for their Covid-19 vaccine from 10am tomorrow
You can either register online yourself, or call the HSE helpline from 10am tomorrow.
AstraZeneca: NPHET says use of Covid-19 vaccine can resume in Ireland
The restart of the vaccine was considered by Irish health authorities after the decision by the European Medicines Agency.
Vaccine target of over 85,000 reached last week despite only 301 jabs on Sunday
9.5% of the population have now received at least one dose.
HSE thanks GPs for patience as it admits 'some issues' with vaccine delivery to practices
54,691 vaccines were administered last week to over 85s in GP settings.
Explainer: Here's what to know about the changes to Ireland's vaccination queue
The changes announced this week related to those with underlying health conditions.
People with underlying conditions have been moved up the vaccine priority list
Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed the change this evening.
Taoiseach says particular conditions 'should be prioritised' for vaccine as govt awaits NIAC advice
The Minister for Health has sought advice on the sequencing list.
Johnson & Johnson subsidiary applies to EMA for Covid-19 vaccine approval
The single-dose vaccine could be approved as early as next month.
Over 80,000 set to receive vaccine in 'exciting week' for roll-out
This week sees the plan moving to the third cohort in the prioritisation list.
'Game-changer' AstraZeneca vaccine will NOT land in Ireland before it is approved
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly had said he had hoped it could arrive sooner.
Covid-19: WHO says eight top contender vaccines are racing to be completed
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus did not identify the top candidates.
Covid-19: The race is on to create the world's first ever coronavirus vaccine
A candidate vaccine was developed for SARS but it never went to market.
Dennis Hogan's Aussie-based promoters set up shop in Dublin with major plans for Irish boxing
DDP Sports have opened a Dublin office and could put on an Irish show as soon as next February.