Glitch, Please


Booster jab queue at Citywest vaccination centre last week

This morning.

Via RTÉ News:

People are getting multiple booster vaccine appointments because of a glitch between the Health Service Executive’s vaccination database and the IT systems used by pharmacies and GPs.

The HSE has confirmed that people are being issued with HSE booster appointments after they get booster vaccinations at their GPs or local pharmacy, because of the “gap” between the computer systems and databases.

The Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) and Irish College of General Practitioners said the “gap” is caused by a time lag as long as two days between their information technology systems and the HSE’s.

In a statement to RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, the HSE said that because “GPs and pharmacies operate on different IT systems, there may be a gap in notification of the vaccination which can, from time to time, result in multiple appointments”.


IT glitch causes multiple booster appointments, HSE confirms (RTE)



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15 thoughts on “Glitch, Please

          1. Nigel

            There isn’t a concerted campaign to make people believe the flu shot is a poison designed to cull the human race of excess population.

          2. SOQ

            Who even makes the flu shots?

            And this is not shaping up like the flu, it will be at best every 6 months and possibly every 3.

    1. Spider

      … & they’ll deny vaccines to Palestinians and them prohibit them from living a life out side of their house, they’ll then impose a self demolition on the Palestinians so they’ll have to tare down their home and give their land to an Israeli, then they’ll arrest them for not being at home while unvaccinated…

      1. Nigel

        + wow look actual violent opression going on via withholding the vaccines from a population as a method of control and perhaps even culling.

  1. RuilleBuille

    The only people to claim that the vaccine should prevent transmission are the anti-vaxxers who then go on to complain that it is untrue.

      1. Spider

        They allow countries to share select information so that people can move between countries esly and allow the various border controls to check the staus of the travellers.

  2. Nigel

    Guess the attempted narrative of ‘people are wising up about the vaccines’ has to be abandoned and go back to ‘The Irish have turned into a nation of sheep’ type narratives.

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