Analysis: Government pins recovery hopes on vaccine rollout
Covid supports cannot be maintained indefinitely but the Taoiseach’s confidence in ramping up the pace of vaccination is a positive sign for now
The government always hoped that the daily focus would switch at some stage from the number of Covid-19 cases to the number of vaccinations.
That is the case in the state’s Covid Tracker app, where the display for users first shows the one million-plus people who have been vaccinated, and then the daily case numbers.
And it was evident in the Dáil at leaders’ questions, where the achievement of the vaccination targets was...
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