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Pharmacies to begin vaccinating 18-34-year-olds from Monday

Pharmacies around the country will begin to vaccinate 18-34-year-olds around the country from next Monday, July 5th.

Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, said that from next Monday younger people will have the option to avail of the single shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

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Donnelly went on to confirm that the vaccine booking system will open for those aged between 30-34-years-old from next Friday.

He went on to say that 18-34-year-olds will be able to apply for an AstraZeneca vaccine from July 12th on the vaccine booking portal.

However, he warned that supplies of the AstraZeneca and J&J vaccines will be limited.

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