Department of Health, Dublin 2.
Professor Karina Butler, Chair of the National Immunisation Advisory Committee, joined Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to brief media on the COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Strategy. To wit:
The new rollout strategy means the order in which people will receive the vaccine has changed.
People aged 65 and older who live in long-term care facilities and frontline healthcare workers have already been vaccinated under the first two stages of the strategy announced on 8 December last year.
Under stage three, Ireland is currently vaccinating people aged 70 and older, starting with those aged 85 and older.
The new fourth stage of the roll-out, which comes into effect after all those over the age of 70 are vaccinated, will see vaccines going to people aged 16 and 69 who are considered at very high risk of developing severe Covid-19.
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) February 24, 2021
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