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HSE launches bank holiday weekend vaccine push with additional walk-in centres open
The Halloween Covid-19 jab campaign is aimed at giving people “maximum opportunity to get vaccinated”.
'No evidence' yet of flu circulating but HSE urges people to 'be prepared' for winter
Last winter there were no recorded cases of flu transmitted in Ireland.
The HSE is advising people that getting a flu jab "early on" is the best way to protect themselves, Rónán Duffy writes.
Usually in Ireland, between 200 and 500 people die from flu each winter.
However last winter there were no recorded cases transmitted in Ireland.
'Staff are beyond breaking point': Government accused of leaving health service vulnerable
At a glance: What are the new reopening plans?