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Doctors, nurses and pharmacists will administer Covid-19 vaccine in Ireland

Doctors, nurses and pharmacists will administer the Covid-19 vaccines under proposals being drawn up by the Government.

A logistical plan going to Government late tomorrow will detail how various vaccines will be stored and transported.

The plan will be considered by the Cabinet on Tuesday morning.

It will also place an emphasis on developing a well communicated, safe and equitable strategy.

The Government believes communication with health professionals and the public is going to be key to delivering the Covid-19 vaccination programme.

The vaccines will also be provided free of charge.


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