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# Vaccine

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Pfizer CEO says there is 'encouraging' data on whether its vaccine stops Covid transmission
'It's a small one but every vaccine counts': Moderna Covid jab arrives in Ireland
Over 90,000 vaccine doses delivered in Northern Ireland
Joe Biden says vaccines are 'number one priority' as he receives second dose
First shipment of Moderna vaccine to arrive in Ireland this week
Football stadium and conference centre among venues as England opens up its mass vaccination hubs
Q&A: The vaccine rollout has begun - we've been putting your latest questions to the experts
Government announces accelerated vaccine programme
HSE says 15,314 people have received the Covid vaccine so far
78-year-old man who had Covid-19 and was given an hour to live ‘very happy’ to receive vaccine
Police in the North warn of Covid-19 vaccine scam
Reader Q&A: What do you want to know about Covid-19 vaccines and the rollout in Ireland?
EU regulator says decision on whether to authorise Moderna vaccine won't be made until Wednesday
Oxford coronavirus vaccine rollout begins in Northern Ireland
HSE aiming for 25,000 completed vaccines by end of next week as first jabs take place in Cork hospitals
Oxford Covid-19 vaccine approval unlikely in January, European Medicines Agency says
Leo Varadkar: Case for months of 'sustainable' Covid-19 restrictions while vulnerable are vaccinated
Taoiseach says he will not jump the queue for Covid-19 vaccine
Anthony Fauci gives the thumbs up as he gets the vaccine
First vaccines to be administered in Ireland on 30 December
EU approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine as rollout in Ireland due 'within the coming days'
How anti-vaccine misinformation took aim at the Toy Show - and what can be done about it
Reader Q&A: The Swine Flu vaccine was fast-tracked too - so how are things different this time around?
Brazil’s supreme court rules Covid-19 vaccination can be made mandatory
HSE expects to have hundreds of thousands of vaccine doses by end of February
US set to approve second Covid-19 vaccine
EU regulator brings Moderna vaccine decision forward to 6 January
A small volume of Covid-19 vaccines could be available this month, Taoiseach tells FF TDs
The Explainer: How Ireland plans to roll-out Covid-19 vaccines
At least 20% of world population may not have access to Covid-19 vaccine until 2022, study warns
The Explainer: Virologist Dr Cillian de Gascun on how the Covid-19 vaccines work
Canada administers first doses of Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine
Nurse in New York becomes first person in US to receive Covid-19 vaccine
US set for mass vaccinations as Pfizer/BioNTech doses shipped out
Explainer: What is a vaccine and why are they so important?
Q&A: Answers to reader questions about the Covid-19 vaccine and Ireland's rollout plans
Public asked to fill out HSE survey on how they feel about the Covid vaccine
Taskforce had 'positive' discussions with Data Protection Commission about vaccine tracking system
US expert panel recommends approval of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine
Debunked: No, Pfizer's head of research did not say the Covid vaccine is 'female sterilisation'