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NPHET have said that people may need to take booster vaccinations to stop the spread of Covid-19. News broke this week that the UK have order coronavirus vaccinations for 2022. This led to health experts questioning whether a Covid-19 vaccine is necessary annually. According to NPHET – annual vaccinations might not be necessary. However, the […]

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AstraZeneca have cut vaccine supplies to EU member states by 60 per cent.  The European Commission has expressed its ‘deep dissatisfaction’ with AstraZeneca. The company announced it’s cutting vaccine supplies to member states by 60 percent. AstraZeneca says it’s because of reduced production at its manufacturing site. The issue will likely affect deliveries to Ireland, […]

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It’s a monumental day in the fight against Covid-19, as the first vaccine is administered.  79-year-old Annie Lynch has become the first recipient of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. The grandmother-of-ten was given the vaccine at St James’s Hospital at around half 1 this afternoon. The next recipient was a clinical nurse manager in a designated Covid-19 […]

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Cases of measles in Ireland have increased by 200 per cent in the space of a year. The Government is considering making vaccines for children mandatory. Health Minister Simon Harris has written to the Attorney General seeking legal advice, due to a recent rise in measles and mumps. That’s being blamed on misinformation and scaremongering […]

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