The first walk-in Covid-19 vaccination centres, operating over the bank holiday weekend, open today.
Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, Damien McCallion [HSE’s National Director and Lead for the Vaccination Programme] said an aim of the walk-in centres is to encourage more uptake of vaccines when people may not be in their home county, and can avail of the vaccine elsewhere.
“You can go to any clinic, it is for the Pfizer vaccine and opens today with all times and centres listed online,” he said.
He said if people avail of a vaccine while on holidays this weekend, they will be offered a second dose closer to their home address in the weeks ahead.
Clinics will work to designated times, and 16-17 year olds do not require parental consent to be vaccinated.
I sat on Swine Flu damages cases – over 80 of them in Ireland alone. Your mind would be blown wide open if you were exposed to even 1% of the truth. Total indemnification for companies w/ COVID ‘vaccine’ – it couldn’t be more concerning for our children. https://t.co/7ZbTzilvQX
— Ms O’Connor (@MissOC6) July 30, 2021