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Vaccine rollout to begin tomorrow

The first Covid-19 vaccinations in the Republic of Ireland will go ahead tomorrow, a day earlier ...

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09.37 28 Dec 2020


Vaccine rollout to begin tomorrow


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09.37 28 Dec 2020


The first Covid-19 vaccinations in the Republic of Ireland will go ahead tomorrow, a day earlier than expected HSE chief Paul Reid has confirmed. A small number of people at Beaumont and St James’s hospitals in Dublin as well as at Cork and Galway university hospitals will receive the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine tomorrow. What do we know about the plans for roll out? Mark Cagney chats to Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity College Dublin (TCD).

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