Susan O’Keeffe: Boosters and regulations our only option

This virus has already tested human ingenuity and resilience beyond any other. It looks as if it will continue to do so for some time yet

21st October, 2021
Susan O’Keeffe: Boosters and regulations our only option
‘The National Immunisation Advisory Committee has approved the use of boosters this week, so this rollout should be carried out urgently, using every resource currently available.’ Picture: Getty

The autumn-winter landscape has changed dramatically in the past two weeks, pushing the pandemic back onto the political, social and economic agendas. Instead of the calmer, more settled approach that the Irish public, in common, with the rest of the world, had adopted in order to live with Covid-19, all is once again on the threshold of a new turmoil. It seems that the virus has not yet played out and we are collectively unsure...

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