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# vaccine rollout

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Six-month-old babies will be eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine from next week
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Explainer: What you need to know about the new adapted Covid vaccines heading into winter
New Omicron-specific vaccines to be rolled out as boosters from next month, Health Minister says
Children aged 5-11 can get the Covid-19 vaccine from today
'I’m extremely sorry': HSE boss apologises after high-risk kids passed over for vaccination
Boosters for over-30s from next week, first doses for children 5-11 from next month
Around 1.75 million people will have received a booster by Christmas, says Tánaiste
Pop-up vaccination centres will be in colleges next week – here's where they will be
Over 90% of people in Ireland aged over 16 are now fully vaccinated against Covid
Vaccine rollout hits major milestone as 90% of adults are fully vaccinated
Vaccination for children aged 12 to 15 expected to begin this weekend
Secondary students: 'Covid jab rollout welcome but it's vital we're part of conversation'
Information campaign to be launched as children aged 12 to 15 set to be offered jabs
Covid-19 vaccine portal will open for people aged 16 and 17 tomorrow
Covid vaccine portal will open to everyone aged 18 or over from tomorrow
Covid vaccine portal now open for people aged 18-24
Debunked: A claim that Australian students were 'accidentally' vaccinated is missing context
Covid vaccine portal will open for people aged 25-29 tomorrow
Over 55% of Irish adults now fully vaccinated against Covid as 275,000 doses given this week
Pfizer plans to have 16,000 people fully vaccinated by end of July via private scheme
Supplies 'very limited' as pharmacies begin vaccinating 18-34 age group
Pharmacies set to begin vaccinating 18-34 year-olds from next Monday
Six months into 2021, how close is Ireland to vaccinating 80% of the population?
Over half of family carers report a decline in mental health during pandemic
Taoiseach says one million people could be fully vaccinated by the end of today
Vaccine registration is now open for 44 year olds
Government set new target of 2.5 million adults fully vaccinated by end of July
Taoiseach says Ireland will have given 2.5 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines by the end of the day
HSE chief says there are 'some concerns' over delivery schedules of J&J jab
More than 40% of adults in Ireland have received their first Covid-19 vaccine jab
Leo Varadkar suggests that anyone who wants a Covid-19 vaccine 'may be offered one by the end of June'
New daily vaccine record set as EU signs contract for additional 1.8 billion Pfizer vaccines
Ireland has administered over one million first doses of Covid-19 vaccines
Pfizer to offer its Covid-19 vaccine to employees’ relatives in coming months
Taoiseach tells TDs barbers and hairdressers will be 'prioritised' in May easing - but no firm decisions made
Ticket touting law to be approved by Cabinet as all eyes look towards summer
No plans to change vaccine rollout to prioritise younger cohorts, says Health Minister
'It's not a value judgement on any profession' - Education Minister defends change to vaccine prioritisation
Vaccination centre to open in Croke Park at start of summer
Number of people with Covid-19 receiving intensive care falls to 66