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# Vaccinations

Last month
June 2024
Up to 28,000 babies to be offered RSV vaccine this autumn
Last year
2023
HSE warns measles outbreak could happen in Ireland amid faltering vaccine uptake
There has been a significant increase in cases of measles in Europe in the first half of this year.
Ireland's Covid-19 vaccination programme will pause over the summer
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HSE launches winter vaccination programme with flu and Covid-19 jabs
HSE vaccine lead: 'Plans in development for autumn booster as well as winter emergencies'
Taoiseach: 'I think we have to approach vaccination of children with sensitivity'
US authorises Covid boosters for all over 18s
'Cut social contacts in half' and antigen testing in schools: Key points from NPHET's briefing
Singapore to stop paying medical bills for the 'unvaccinated by choice'
Tighter restrictions announced for non-vaccinated in Greece as daily cases surge
Government approves NIAC recommendation to give booster shots to healthcare workers
67% of patients in ICU with Covid-19 have not been vaccinated, HSE CEO says
'It nearly feels like a bullying campaign' - Given says Robinson's healthcare is his own choice
Premier League scrambles to convince stars to get vaccinated
NIAC has advised that Covid-19 vaccines can be mixed in some cases, Donnelly says
Vaccination for children aged 12 to 15 expected to begin this weekend
Selfie areas and pop-up clinics used in bid to boost the North's youth vaccination rates
Debunked: A claim that Australian students were 'accidentally' vaccinated is missing context
Over 50% of adults now fully vaccinated in Ireland as testing ramps up amid Delta fears
'It's crazy': Pharmacists say phones ringing constantly after Janssen jab announcement
People aged 30 to 34 can register for Covid-19 vaccine next week
'It's absolutely ridiculous to exclude people': Young hospitality workers on indoor dining restrictions
UK Government moves to scrap ten day quarantine for Covid contacts who are fully vaccinated
1,200 inmates receive Covid vaccines as wider roll-out to prisons begins
Coronavirus: 242 new cases confirmed in Ireland
England may need to delay its roadmap to normality, but only for 'a couple of weeks'
Daily coronavirus cases in India dip below 100,000
Vaccine rollout breaks single day record for 2nd day running, with over 52,000 vaccines administered on Friday
EU Commission proposes reopening of external borders
Vets, dental hygienists and healthcare students could be trained up to give vaccine jabs
LeBron James urged to rethink vaccine stance
Fully vaccinated Americans can gather together indoors without masks, health officials say
Ghana becomes first nation in world to receive Covax coronavirus vaccines
People with underlying conditions have been moved up the vaccine priority list
More than 230,000 vaccine doses administered in Ireland up to last Friday
Reader Q&A: What impact will the AstraZeneca developments have on Ireland's vaccine roll-out?
ECDC says there was 'issue' with reported data which led to incorrect Irish vaccine figures
Cabinet signs off on plan for GPs and pharmacists to vaccinate 1.5 million people
Opinion: Covid-19 vaccine rollout may present future challenges for employers
Jason O'Sullivan
Government plans to have almost 4 million people vaccinated by end of September, says Donnelly