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Covid 19: Supply issues could hamper target of vaccinating all by September, says Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly

While daily case numbers are falling it is going to take some time for the number of people in hospitals and intensive care units with Covid-19 to reduce, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said | Follow live updates:

The Irish Kidney Association has written to the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, appealing for transplant recipients and people on dialysis to be given urgent priority for Covid-19 vaccination. | Read more:

Around 65,000 people in long-term residential care facilities and 78,000 frontline health care workers had received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination by Sunday, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said | Follow live updates:

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said that as of yesterday, 143,000 Covid-19 vaccines have been administered

The Irish Kidney Association has written to the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, appealing for transplant recipients and people on dialysis to be given urgent priority for Covid-19 vaccination

The Government intends to ensure every resident in Ireland will receive the Covid-19 vaccine by September, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has told the Dáil.

Stephen Donnelly says the Government intends to ensure every resident in Ireland will receive the Covid-19 vaccine by September. via @IrishTimes 

'It will get worse before it gets better' – Health Minister Stephen Donnelly warns Covid-19 hospitalisations set to peak

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'It will get worse before it gets better' – Health Minister Stephen Donnelly warns Covid-19 hospitalisations set to peak

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Minister Stephen Donnelly has indicated, in a letter to TDs, that up to four million people could be vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of September

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said Government and health officials have received additional information that the new Covid-19 variant first identified in the UK is now at a 'significant level' in all parts of the country. Follow live updates:

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has said that he spoke to the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, on Sunday prior to a meeting of NPHET and 'was very clear about the level of concern' he had about rising Covid-19 levels | Read more:

#Breaking Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said that his Covid-19 test has come back negative

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly says NPHET is very concerned given the R number is now between 1.2 and 1.8. He says if it is 1.8, then within three weeks we could see be up to 160 cases of Covid-19 per day | More:

Speaking at the launch of the the new Covid-19 tracker app, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly said, "we have one very simple and very important message to everyone in Ireland, please download this app". Read More:

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly says that as of a few minutes ago, over 607,590 people have downloaded the Covid-19 tracker app | More:

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