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HSE to pause Covid vaccine programme in June

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The Health Service Executive is urging anyone eligible who is considering getting a Covid-19 booster dose to get the vaccine in the coming days as the vaccine programme will pause on 14 June.

The Covid-19 vaccination programme will then conclude for the summer as it has done previously. In a statement, the HSE said in particular anyone aged 80 or older, five or older with weak immune systems or those living in a long-term facility should avail of the service.

Covid-19 vaccines are available from participating GPs and pharmacists. HSE vaccination teams also give the vaccine to people living in residential care facilities, including nursing homes, and individuals who are housebound.

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