Pfizer ‘a stalwart’ of rollout as setbacks hit campaign
Brian MacCraith, the Covid-19 task force chair, predicts a ‘significant milestone’ when some 284,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrive this week
Dealing with shortfalls in Covid-19 vaccine deliveries has become routine for Ireland’s health authorities.
To date, there has been over 40 changes to delivery schedules, while changes to guidance around the use of certain vaccines has also affected the rollout.
Last week, there was another setback for the campaign, as Johnson & Johnson confirmed that at best only 235,000 of the 470,000 doses of its vaccine still due to arrive by the end of...
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