HSE may need to reach ‘maximum capacity’ of 500,000 vaccines a week by summer
With supplies still not meeting expectations, the HSE will need to speed up its vaccination rollout to ‘maximum capacity’ to meet targets
The HSE may have to speed up the Covid-19 vaccination rollout to its “maximum capacity” of 500,000 people a week in the coming months as the delivery of supplies remains slow for now.
The HSE has been unable to meet its existing target of 100,000 vaccines a week due to disruptions to the delivery schedules of AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines. It had already been planning to ramp that up further to 250,000 vaccines a...
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