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# vaccine rollout

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AstraZeneca confirms further shortfall in planned EU vaccine delivery
Five EU states seek summit on 'unfair' vaccine handouts
Poll: Should the Taoiseach ask Joe Biden for vaccine supply support on St Patrick's Day?
Biden vows there will be enough vaccine for all US adults by end of May
5% of people in Ireland have now received their first dose of a Covid vaccine
Watch: Waterford great-grandmother (93) says it's a 'great feeling' as she gets Covid jab from her GP
Reid says it's expected all people aged 70 and over to receive first vaccine dose by mid-April
Ireland to get first 35,000 doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine next week
US President-elect Joe Biden unveils $1.9 trillion coronavirus plan
HSE says 15,314 people have received the Covid vaccine so far
Gardaí should be made 'high priority' for vaccine says representative association president
HSE aiming for 25,000 completed vaccines by end of next week as first jabs take place in Cork hospitals
Covid-19 vaccine rollout begins today at four Irish hospitals
Paul Reid says Covid-19 vaccine rollout to start on Tuesday instead of Wednesday
Public asked to fill out HSE survey on how they feel about the Covid vaccine
UK medicines regulator defends speed of vaccine approval after Dr Anthony Fauci raises doubts