Ireland's Minister health, Covid-19 Vaccine and more


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Vaccines could be made available to Irish residents early in the New Year, the Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly said on Sunday. Mr Donnelly was speaking after the head of the Government’s new taskforce on the delivery of vaccines Prof Brian MacCraith said they could start to be distributed by January. Commenting on Sunday on the timeline for the delivery of the vaccines Donnelly said: “I’d say December is unlikely to be honest with you, but quite soon.”

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