The CSO released figures today on vaccine rates among employees across Ireland, breaking it down into age and nationality.
The rate of vaccine uptake among workers who came from EU member states like Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Malta etc is much lower than the Irish average.
It’s just 36% in the 18-24 year olds, and the highest it reaches is 51% in the 45-64 age group.
So why the marked difference in vaccine uptake when compared to their Irish work colleagues?
Teresa Buczkowska is Integration Manager with the Immigrant Council of Ireland and she joined Kieran to discuss...
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