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# Stephen Donnelly

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Michael McGrath: 'There's no going back, there can be no fourth lock down'
100,000 vaccines set to be administered this week as government expects big supply increase from April
Cabinet not expected to sign-off on mandatory hotel quarantine legislation until tomorrow
'Nothing was run by us before list was published': Some official vaccination centres claim deals haven't been finalised
Health Minister warned of staff shortages by HSE in pre-Christmas message
Nearly 85,000 people have received their two Covid-19 vaccine doses, latest figures show
More than 230,000 vaccine doses administered in Ireland up to last Friday
'Negotiations ongoing' on zero VAT rate for newer period products like menstrual cups
First 21,600 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrive into Ireland
Donnelly: 'Not legally possible' to tell people to quarantine in bedrooms, instead there's 'public health advice'
Ireland to get first 35,000 doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine next week
Going to the airport to leave the State without a valid reason is now an offence
'I had to tell them their baby was dead': Student nurses to Stephen Donnelly in their own words
Nearly 14,000 healthcare workers fully vaccinated as doses administered tops 160,000
Expert group reviewing if antigen tests can be used in schools and workplaces
Donnelly confirms people aged 70 and over to begin receiving Covid vaccine from next month
Provision for delivery and funding of Medicinal Cannabis Access Programme announced
'She doesn't get paid for that': Dáil told of student nurse whose patient's toe 'came off in his sock'
Health Minister seeks early delivery of AstraZeneca vaccines
Factfind: Did the government actually follow NPHET's advice heading into December?
Government plans to have almost 4 million people vaccinated by end of September, says Donnelly
'Sad milestone': More than 1,000 people now hospitalised with Covid-19
'Another case of it's only women so who bloody cares': Hundreds complain to minister about maternity restrictions
'It's a huge comfort our daughter saved someone else's life': 190 organ transplants carried out this year
Cabinet to meet as number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Irish hospitals hits seven-month high
Pfizer-BioNtech's vaccine has just been authorised for use in Ireland, says health minister
Student nurses agree to 'guarded engagement' with review on pay and conditions proposed by government
Northern Ireland needs 'extreme and robust' restrictions to halt spread of Covid-19, health minister warns
Covid-19 vaccination certificates 'under consideration' says health minister
The Covid-19 vaccination strategy has been announced - here's everything you need to know
Rollout plan: First vaccines possible by end of year, universities could be used as mass vaccination centres
Permanent medical cannabis delivery service to be established for Irish patients
Covid vaccines: Hubs to be set up as retired professionals may be asked to help with roll-out
Student nurses motion was 'party politics' designed to make the 'government look bad', says Varadkar
When will everyone be vaccinated? Government unveils roll-out plan
'We're asking people to do the right thing': Face coverings now mandatory for drivers and passengers in taxis
Dance schools can facilitate individual dance training, minister says
Full Covid-19 testing and tracing will be provided during the Christmas period
Workers in high-risk environments like meat factories could be one of the first groups to get the vaccine
Government voting against motion to pay student nurses described as 'betrayal'