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Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly says the speed at which people are being inoculated here is entirely dictated by ‘logistics and supply’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Where are we at now with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout? This week, for the first time, vaccines are being administered in the community, starting with (...)

The vaccine programme in nursing homes and other congregated settings for people over the age of 70 is ‘almost complete’, according to the HSE. File photograph: Getty

The pace of Ireland’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout is set to increase next week with the first doses administered to over-85s in the community and the fir(...)

The first stage of BioNTech’s vaccine process, producing the active ingredient known as mRNA, has begun at a new plant in Marburg. Photograph: AFP via Getty

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) expects Johnson & Johnson to file for approval of its Covid-19 vaccine in the EU within the next few days. App(...)

A vial of the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

AstraZeneca expects profit growth to pick up this year after the Covid-19 vaccine developer beat forecasts for quarterly drug sales, with demand for i(...)

A woman who received her first shot for a Covid-19 vaccine trial, receives her second AstraZeneca shot at a vaccine trial facility. South Africa have abandoned plans to use AstraZeneca vaccine. Photograph: Jerome Delay/AP Photo

South Africa has scrapped plans to use the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine because it “does not prevent mild to moderate disease” of the varian(...)

 Prof Philip Nolan, chair of the Nphet Irish Epidemiological Modelling Advisory Group, said the rate of decrease in coronavirus case numbers was slowing down, as numbers were boosted by 50-100 a day due to the resumption of testing of close contacts. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Steady progress continues to be made in reducing Covid-19 infections, with case numbers expected to fall to between 200 and 400 a day by the end of th(...)

Pharmacist Murtaza Abdulkarim (L) administers a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine at a temporary vaccination centre, staffed by pharmacists and pharmacist assistants, in Birmingham, England on Thursday.  Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP via Getty Images

British regulators have received extra trial data from AstraZeneca that supports their view that the Covid-19 vaccine developed with Oxford University(...)

In the coming weeks FDA officials will examine Johnson and Johnson’s trial data.

Johnson and Johnson asked US drug regulators to clear its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use, setting off a review process that could lea(...)

Vaccine rollout for the over 70s “may well be slower”, but  faster for healthcare workers and other groups. Photograph:  Oli Scarff

State health officials have decided not to give the Covid-19 vaccine regarded as a “game-changer” in the fight against the virus – the Oxford-AstraZen(...)

Pulling all working-age people ‘ in the AstraZeneca queue’ to receive that vaccine in pharmacies ‘just speeds up the whole vaccination plan,’ says union. Photograph: iStock

The Covid-19 vaccine rollout could be “speeded up” by allowing pharmacies administer the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to healthcare workers, the pharmac(...)

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