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# Vaccine

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HSE will call on 'influential groups' to encourage people to get Covid-19 vaccine
EU medicines regulator says data 'looks robust' as it plans toward Pfizer vaccine approval by end of month
Government to consider prioritising under-18s with health conditions for Covid-19 vaccine
Irish regulator says appropriate advice will be given if Pfizer vaccine approved after UK allergy warning
Canada’s health regulator approves Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine
UK regulators warn people with history of serious allergic reactions not to have Pfizer/BioNTech jab
Clinical trials, mRNA, herd immunity? - a glossary of Covid-19 vaccine terms
Fermanagh grandmother who was the first to receive Pfizer vaccine advises others to 'do what I did'
Covid-19 vaccine won't be available privately in Ireland as part of roll-out
First full peer-reviewed results find Oxford vaccine is safe and between 70% to 90% effective
When will everyone be vaccinated? Government unveils roll-out plan
First Covid-19 vaccine in Northern Ireland to be administered today
Care home residents, frontline workers and over 70s set to be first in vaccine sequencing
Covid-19 vaccine to be given to the elderly, carers and hospital staff in UK from tomorrow
Covid-19: Russia begins inoculating 'high risk' workers with Sputnik V vaccine
Taoiseach says he is willing to publicly receive Covid-19 vaccine, but not as 'some sort of PR opportunity'
HSE says it's 'realistic' to expect Ireland will begin vaccination programme in early days of January
Workers in high-risk environments like meat factories could be one of the first groups to get the vaccine
EU agency insists it has the 'most appropriate' vaccine regulation process after UK approves Pfizer jab
Health Minister says Covid-19 vaccine should be free as nine freezer trucks arrive in Ireland
First NI Covid-19 vaccinations due to take place next week
Donnelly says UK and EU 'only a few weeks apart' on vaccine approval
Covid-19: How does the new Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine work?
Explainer: How has a Covid-19 vaccine been approved so quickly in the UK?
UK formally approves Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against Covid-19
Cabinet agrees to purchase 875,000 doses of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine
Moderna seeks European and US approval for coronavirus vaccine
Health Minister says Covid-19 vaccine by December 'unlikely'
UK government asks regulator to assess AstraZeneca vaccine in 'first step' towards roll-out
Astrazeneca says it may need to conduct 'additional study' of its Covid vaccine after questions emerge
Mike Ryan says there's a 'genuine desire to offer people the hope of Christmas' but risks remain
Pharmacists urge Government to extend free flu vaccine to teenagers
'All hands on deck': Strategy for roll-out of Covid vaccine to be given to government by 11 December
Qantas boss says passengers will have to prove they have received a Covid-19 vaccine in order to travel
Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine can prevent 70% of people from developing virus, data shows
Taoiseach: Covid vaccine could be a 'wonderful Christmas voucher' for next year
Americans face growing raft of Covid-19 restrictions as emergency vaccine request to be filed
Covid-19: European Union 'could approve' two vaccines by the middle of December
Oxford Covid-19 vaccine produces strong immune response in older adults, study finds
Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine is 95% effective with no serious side effects, according to trial results