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Weekend Walk-in Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics Continue

Another series of scheduled walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics for adults, and children aged 12 and over, has been organised over the coming days. The Mid-West Covid-19 Vaccination Centres will operate in Limerick, Ennis and Nenagh over the weekend. These local clinics form part of the nationwide effort to maximise uptake for Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 and Modern Dose 2 vaccinations, and to provide easy access for those people who have received AstraZeneca Dose 1 and who now, as per national guidance, can receive the Pfizer vaccine as their second dose. On Friday, people can get Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 at Limerick Racecourse from 2 to 7pm and Treacy’s West County Hotel, Ennis from 4 to 7pm. The Moderna Dose 2 will also be available the same day in Limerick Racecourse from 2 to 7pm. On Saturday, Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 will be available in Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh and Limerick Racecourse from 9am to 6pm. On Sunday, …

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HSE Hosts More Weekend Walk-In Vaccination Clinics

  UNVACCINATED Clare people can get a Covid-19 vaccine in another series of scheduled walk-in vaccination clinis in the Mid-West over the coming days.   Clinics for Pfizer/BioNtech Dose 1 and 2, and second doses only of Moderna, have been scheduled across the centres this weekend. They the Abbey Court, Nenagh from 3 to 6pm on Friday, September for Moderna Dose 2 and the Limerick Racecourse from 4 to 7pm. Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 is available in the Limerick Racecourse from 4 to 7pm; and Treacy’s West County, Ennis from 4 to 7pm.. On Saturday, Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 will be available in the Limerick Racecourse from 8.30 am to 5.30pm, the Abbey Court Nenagh 8.30 a, to 5pm, Treacy’s West County 8.30a, to 5pm. On Sunday, Pfizer Dose 1 and 2 will be available in the Limerick Racecourse 8.30 am to 5pm, Abbey Court Nenagh from 8.30am to 5pm and Treacy’s West County Ennis from 8.30am to …

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Doctors’ Group Welcome “Historic” Community-Based Vaccination

THE start of community-based Covid-19 vaccination for elderly people in Clare who are 85 and older has been described as “historic” by a doctors’ group. The Irish College of General Practitioners, the professional and training body for General Practitioners in Ireland, has welcomed the start of the next phase in the country’s Covid-19 vaccination programme, as GP-led clinics and GP practices begin the process of vaccinating their over 70’s patients around the county. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will be administered by 70% of GPs and practice nurses in their own premises. Practices with less than 200 patients over 70 will either buddy with a nearby practice or invite their patients to vaccination centres. Patients will be contacted directly for appointments by their own GPs. Dr Nuala O’Connor, the ICGP’s Clinical Lead on Covid-19, said this is the start of the recovery from Covid-19 for many people, and is an historic moment. “GPs look forward to vaccinating this cohort of …

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