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# Vaccination

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Malta, Hungary and Denmark topping EU vaccine tables - what can we learn from them?
Different approaches to the roll-out have been taken across the EU.
Debunked: No, all Direct Provision residents at Mosney are not receiving vaccine ahead of priority schedule
The HSE is still working through the first four cohorts in the sequencing list.
J&J vaccine to be approved today - but will supply issues hamper Ireland's progress?
The government has been told initial supplies in April and May will be smaller, with the majority of doses arriving in June.
Serial Covid-19 testing in nursing homes showing positivity rate of just 0.2%, Reid says
As of Saturday evening, there were 523,069 vaccine doses administered across the country.
Gardaí warn about Covid-19 vaccine call and text scams
People are falsely told they are being offered a vaccine, and then asked to provide personal information.
Paul Reid says Ireland is 'coming out of very challenging period' but is 'not out of the woods yet'
The HSE CEO is due to tell the Oireachtas Health Committee that all major indicators of Covid-19 are now trending downwards.
Explainer: Here's what we know about Johnson & Johnson's one-dose vaccine
The vaccine is expected to get the green light from the EU regulator on Thursday.
Germany and France to give AstraZeneca vaccine to over 65s, Belgium approves it for over 55s
Ireland is currently only using this vaccine for people aged 18-69.
Biden vows there will be enough vaccine for all US adults by end of May
Teachers are to be prioritised.
Nine in ten people would get a Covid-19 vaccine next week if offered, says CSO report
A total of 1,621 people were surveyed by the CSO as part of the fifth round of surveying for the Social Impact of Covid-19.
Vaccinations of people at 'very high risk' with specific health conditions to begin in early March
Some people with specific health conditions will start to be vaccinated from 8 March under the new priority schedule.
US set to approve Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine
The European Medicines Agency is expected to approve the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for use in the European Union in early March.
More than half a million people in NI have now received first dose of Covid-19 vaccine
The drive to administer first and second doses of vaccines across the North’s care homes has been completed.
First case of another new variant in Ireland: The key points you need to know from tonight's NPHET briefing
A round-up of NPHET’s press briefing at the Department of Health this evening.
Family carers 'devastated' after being left out of changes to vaccine priority list
Yesterday the government announced people with underlying conditions that put them at high risk have been moved up the priority list.
100,000 vaccines set to be administered this week as government expects big supply increase from April
The health minister has said capacity is being built up to vaccinate 250,000 people a week.
Over 200,000 first doses of Covid-19 vaccines have been administered
A majority of people have received the Pfizer jab, with over 290,000 people getting it so far.
How a bungled announcement led to mass confusion about Ireland's vaccination centres
It emerged after the announcement of 37 locations that a number of the venues were not fully confirmed.
‘Nothing set in stone’: Amid backlash over messaging, Martin says easing of measures will be constantly reviewed
In an interview with TheJournal.ie today, Martin said the rollout of the vaccination programme may give the government “better choices”.
Billy Kelleher: We need vaccine certificates if we are to return to any kind of normal
The Irish MEP argues that if we are ever to return to normal, we must consider the introduction of a vaccine certificate in line with our EU counterparts.
UN chief urges global plan to reverse ‘unfair’ vaccine access
Antonio Guterres told the UN Security Council that 130 countries had not received a single dose of vaccine.
EU buys up to 300 million extra Covid-19 vaccine doses from Moderna
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen confirmed the purchase this afternoon.
The Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine could get approved in Europe next month - here's everything you need to know
The Taoiseach said this one-dose jab will be “a big help” in Ireland’s vaccine rollout.
'Nothing was run by us before list was published': Some official vaccination centres claim deals haven't been finalised
The minister released a list of 37 locations for vaccination centres yesterday.
Israeli study indicates Pfizer vaccine is 94% effective
Some 600,000 people took part in the study.
Vaccines will be rolled out to over 85s from today - here's how it'll work
GPs across the country will administer 12,000 doses of the vaccine this week.
Covid-19: 12,000 over 85s will be vaccinated in Ireland next week
The HSE has provided an update on the vaccination programme.
Nearly 85,000 people have received their two Covid-19 vaccine doses, latest figures show
The Covid-19 vaccines available require a two-dose schedule.
Mick Wallace says vaccine rollout delay is 'huge concern' and could cost lives
The independent MEP said “the most glaring problem in the last three or four weeks has been the delay in the rollout”.
South Africa suspends AstraZeneca vaccinations amid concern over efficacy
Researchers are working to update the vaccine to deal with the South African variant.
Israel to begin easing strict lockdown this week after launching rapid vaccination campaign
The country has inoculated more than a third of its population of 9.3 million in a matter of weeks.
Vaccines: 740 reports of suspected side-effects have been sent to the health products regulator
The HPRA receives these reports from individuals on a voluntary basis.
152,200 first doses and 77,000 second doses of Covid-19 vaccine administered in Ireland
The HSE has provided an update on the vaccine programme.
Explainer: What's happening with the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine and older people in Ireland?
The jab has been the subject of ongoing controversies in recent weeks.
Gino Kenny: Vaccinating only those in wealthy countries is counterproductive
The People Before Profit TD makes the case for the People’s Vaccine, a global campaign to make vaccines available for all.
Novavax Covid-19 vaccine shows 89% efficacy in late-stage clinical trials
More than 15,000 people were included in the Phase 3 UK trial.
Everything you need to know about Valneva's Covid-19 vaccine candidate already being manufactured in the UK
Clinical trials are still ongoing for the vaccine.
Johnson & Johnson expects to report Covid-19 vaccine results next week
The vaccine is a one-dose shot.
Amid shortfall, European Commission demands to know who AztraZeneca has delivered vaccine doses to
Last week the company said initial supplies to Europe will be lower than expected.
Three-quarters of people say they will take Covid-19 vaccine
Almost one-fifth of people are unsure and 7% will not take a vaccine, according to a new survey.