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# Vaccines

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Australia PM 'sorry' for slow vaccine rollout, as Sydney records record jump in Covid cases
South African firm to make the first Pfizer Covid vaccines in Africa next year
Johnson faces backlash over plans to make vaccine passports compulsory for nightclubs
Online vaccine booking portal is now open for those aged 25 to 29
Primark stores and Tate Modern among venues in England hosting pop-up jab clinics
Incorrect Covid vaccine mixture given to a number of people at Aviva vaccine centre
HSE teaming up with dating platforms, such as Tinder and Hinge, to encourage vaccine take-up
EU hits goal of delivering vaccines for 70% of adults, says von der Leyen
Debunked: A claim which describes 'major concerns' about the AstraZeneca vaccine is misleading
Debunked: No, the Covid-19 vaccine figures don't include missed appointments
Return of large scale lectures ‘contingent’ on mass vaccination
'Yes, there are people in the Lions bubble that haven’t been double-jabbed'
570 Covid-19 cases reported in Northern Ireland, the highest daily figure since January
Vaccine registration for people aged 30 to 34 brought forward to tomorrow
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
Half of adult population will be fully vaccinated by end of today, Donnelly says
450,000 second doses of AZ will be completed within next 10 days, Reid says
'Money can actually put people off': Why a €150 vaccine bonus for under-25s may not work
Six months into 2021, how close is Ireland to vaccinating 80% of the population?
HSE to close Helix vaccination centre as it's set to relocate to National Show Centre
Poll: Should people under 25 get €150 to counter vaccine hesitancy?
Reopening: What could a vaccine pass for dining indoors at pubs and restaurants look like?
AstraZeneca and Janssen vaccines to be made available to all age groups
Taoiseach says young people should be vaccinated ‘more quickly’ with AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson
Ireland is at 'point of unease and apprehension' but some reason for optimism, HSE CEO says
Spare AstraZeneca vaccines may be given to younger age groups due to Delta concerns - Varadkar
'No clear legal basis' for processing information around employee vaccine status, DPC says
Only 4% of people in Ireland are uncertain if they will get a Covid-19 vaccine
People in 20s to get first Covid jabs in late August or early September
1,200 inmates receive Covid vaccines as wider roll-out to prisons begins
Pharmacists to begin administering Covid-19 vaccines from today
G7 countries pledge to provide one billion Covid-19 vaccinations
Irish vaccine researchers at Oxford to receive knighthood and OBE
US tells J&J millions of vaccine doses can't be used due to possible contamination
US to buy 500 million Pfizer vaccines to share with lower income countries
NHS sees ‘Glastonbury-style’ surge in vaccine bookings after call to over-25s
Moderna requests EU approval of its vaccine for adolescents
Health Minister confirms wait between AstraZeneca doses to be reduced from twelve weeks to eight
Joe Biden announces international Covid-19 vaccine sharing plan