Roll Up Your Sleeves


Taoiseach Micheál Martin

This morning.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the rollout of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will begin after its expected approval by the European Medicines Agency on December 29 – starting with nursing home residents and healthcare staff.


Mr Martin said that January and February will see a limited volume of vaccines available, but enough for the most vulnerable groups.

The bigger volumes will come in March, April and May as other vaccines come on stream and other vaccine manufacturing ramps up around the world, he said.

He said that people need to be aware that the optimal period for a vaccination programme will be May and June when things open up and that this staged timeline approach depends on the availability and manufacturing of the vaccine.

Taoiseach says limited vaccine supplies in January, February (RTÉ)



Leaked files expose mass infiltration of UK firms by Chinese Communist Party (MailOnline)


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4 thoughts on “Roll Up Your Sleeves

  1. John

    Members of political parties have jobs, who would have thought?
    Having worked with Chinese nationals in the tech industry, they are usually the subject of export compliance restrictions. Limited access to databases, sensitive project data etc. It can be quite restrictive when you are trying to get your job done.

  2. Cian

    The pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and AstraZeneca – both involved in the development of coronavirus vaccines – employed a total 123 party loyalists;

    In 2019, Pfizer employed approximately 88,300 persons around the world;
    AstraZeneca: Number of employees 70,600
    Total approx 159,000

    I wonder how many of the 159,000 identify as “Democrat”, “Republican”, “Tory”, “Fianna Fail”, “La République En Marche!”, “Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands” or a hundred other parties.

  3. Joe

    Reds under the bed stuff looks like the mail is scraping the bottom of the barrel is deflect from Boris and friends Brexit disaster!
    Looks one of the many Chinese vaccines are giving positive results but that wouldn’t suit the Tory boys or Western world’s narrative..
    “The United Arab Emirates said this week that its own trial for the Sinopharm vaccine had shown that it was 86% effective in protecting people from Covid-19.”

  4. Micko

    “ January and February will see a limited volume of vaccines available, but enough for the most vulnerable groups.”

    Can we just get the vulnerable taken care of in Jan & Feb and then let whoever wants to get back to normal do so.

    Paddy’s day could be great this year :)

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