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Micheál Martin states he won’t be skipping the queue for Covid-19 vaccine

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has stated that he won’t be skipping the queue for a Covid-19 vaccine as more vulnerable people should be looked after first.

Although the Taoiseach stated that he has no issue with being vaccinated in public, he stated that he will follow the guidance issued and will not be among the first to get the vaccine.

Mr Martin stated, “The advice is that any available vaccine now should go to somebody who needs it to stay alive, or who needs it to avoid serious illness.”

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