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10% of adults in Ireland have now received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine

More than 10% of the population in Ireland have now received at least their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

As of Thursday 18th March, a total of 478,725 first doses of the three vaccines currently used in Ireland have been administered, representing 10.05% of people in Ireland.

175,526 second doses have been administered, meaning 3.69% of the population are now fully inoculated.

The focus of the vaccine rollout is currently on people aged over 70 and those between 16 and 69 with a medical condition that puts them at very high risk of severe disease from Covid-19.


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