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# Vaccine

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Malta, Hungary and Denmark topping EU vaccine tables - what can we learn from them?
No change to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine recommendations in Ireland after clot reports abroad, NIAC says
The single-dose Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine has been approved by the European Medicines Agency
J&J vaccine to be approved today - but will supply issues hamper Ireland's progress?
Serial Covid-19 testing in nursing homes showing positivity rate of just 0.2%, Reid says
Paul Reid says Ireland is 'coming out of very challenging period' but is 'not out of the woods yet'
New Zealand to use only Pfizer virus vaccine
Explainer: Here's what we know about Johnson & Johnson's one-dose vaccine
HSE thanks GPs for patience as it admits 'some issues' with vaccine delivery to practices
Germany and France to give AstraZeneca vaccine to over 65s, Belgium approves it for over 55s
Dolly Parton gets Moderna Covid vaccine she partly funded
US set to approve Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine
More than half a million people in NI have now received first dose of Covid-19 vaccine
5% of people in Ireland have now received their first dose of a Covid vaccine
People with underlying conditions have been moved up the vaccine priority list
Thousands of Covid-19 vaccines arrive in Gaza from UAE
World tops 200 million vaccine doses as G7 boosts funding for aid
How a bungled announcement led to mass confusion about Ireland's vaccination centres
‘Nothing set in stone’: Amid backlash over messaging, Martin says easing of measures will be constantly reviewed
Israeli study shows Pfizer vaccine is 85% effective after first dose
UN chief urges global plan to reverse ‘unfair’ vaccine access
EU buys up to 300 million extra Covid-19 vaccine doses from Moderna
Taoiseach says particular conditions 'should be prioritised' for vaccine as govt awaits NIAC advice
'Nothing was run by us before list was published': Some official vaccination centres claim deals haven't been finalised
Israeli study indicates Pfizer vaccine is 94% effective
Hungary to start using Russian virus vaccine in EU first
Covid-19: 12,000 over 85s will be vaccinated in Ireland next week
AstraZeneca says new variant-fighting Covid jab ready by autumn as annual profits soar
WHO says AstraZeneca vaccine can be used in all adults
Von der Leyen 'deeply regrets' proposal to trigger Article 16
Drop in overall number of Covid-19 patients in hospitals, but slight increase in people in ICU
Mick Wallace says vaccine rollout delay is 'huge concern' and could cost lives
Number of people with Covid-19 in hospital continues to decrease
South Africa suspends AstraZeneca vaccinations amid concern over efficacy
'No-one will be left behind' in vaccine rollout plan, Dr Colm Henry says
Reader Q&A: What impact will the AstraZeneca developments have on Ireland's vaccine roll-out?
'Bear with us': HSE deals with rollout issues as Taoiseach pledges vaccination of over-70s will begin on time
The Explainer: Delivery woes, efficacy questions, and Brexit - what's going on with AstraZeneca?
152,200 first doses and 77,000 second doses of Covid-19 vaccine administered in Ireland
GlaxoSmithKline and CureVac to make Covid vaccines targeting new variants