The big rollout: how the Covid-19 vaccine will be purchased, distributed and given
The vaccine programme being constructed here and globally is unprecedented in scale and speed: and the logistics of such an undertaking are considerable
Brian MacCraith was at pains last week to emphasise the scale of the task ahead.
“The challenge in devising and implementing a vaccination programme of this scale, complexity and desire for speed is unparalleled here and around the world,” the chair of the high-level task force on Covid-19 vaccination told the Oireachtas health committee last week.
Just how big that challenge actually is was further outlined by the country’s vaccination strategy, announced last...
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