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Information campaign to be launched as children aged 12 to 15 set to be offered jabs
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From TheJournal.ie
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Information campaign to be launched as children aged 12 to 15 set to be offered jabs

Updated Jul 27th 2021, 7:00 PM 76,060 Views 271 Comments
  • A government spokesperson said there is no suggestion that vaccination will be a prerequisite for children returning to school in September.
  • NIAC advice stated that a parent's decision to accept, defer or refuse a vaccine for their child should be respected.
  • Booster shots are set to be given to key groups in the autumn.
Covid vaccine portal will open to everyone aged 18 or over from tomorrow
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From TheJournal.ie
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Covid vaccine portal will open to everyone aged 18 or over from tomorrow

Jul 20th 2021, 7:31 PM 19,516 Views 19 Comments

The health minister said Ireland’s vaccination programme is ahead of schedule and performing “really well”.

Covid vaccine portal will open for people aged 25-29 tomorrow
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From TheJournal.ie
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Covid vaccine portal will open for people aged 25-29 tomorrow

Jul 15th 2021, 9:46 AM 45,767 Views 52 Comments

This group will be able to register for an mRNA vaccine.

Vaccine registration is open today for people aged 30-34 - here's what you need to know
# Gift Of The Jab
From TheJournal.ie
# Gift Of The Jab

Vaccine registration is open today for people aged 30-34 - here's what you need to know

Jul 7th 2021, 6:00 AM 18,248 Views 10 Comments

Registration for this cohort had initially been planned for Friday, but the date was moved forward.

Real world study finds Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines are 90% effective
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From TheJournal.ie
# MRNA Vaccines

Real world study finds Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines are 90% effective

Mar 29th 2021, 4:51 PM 21,924 Views 11 Comments

In further encouraging news, one dose of either vaccine resulted in 80% protection against infection.