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Two Dublin ladies currently in a social pod together were among the first people to receive the COVID 19 vaccine last week. Florence O’Reilly, 87 from Cabra, Dublin and Nancy Keogh, 92 from Stoneybatter, received the vaccine at their residence in the Navan Rd Community Nursing Home.
Delighted that the New Year has seen her become the first staff member in Sligo University Hospital to receive the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine last week Staff Midwife, Mary Meade says along with her colleagues they have “seen the devastating effect of this infection on our patients and their families.”
Staff Nurse Rosaline O’Brien became the first healthcare professional in the Mid-West to receive the COVID 19 vaccine last Monday January 4th.
With the roll out of the COVID 19 Vaccination Programme, thousands of HSE Staff across the country are being prioritised to receive the vaccine. Among the first to receive the vaccine were staff in University Hospital Galway, St James’s and Beaumont Hospitals in Dublin and Cork University Hospital.
Visitors and passersby have been cheered in recent weeks by the creation of a Christmas Winter Wonderland on the campus of Peamount Healthcare.
Occupational therapists on the Coolock and Darndale Community Mental Health Teams brought together both service users and team members to form a photography group to tackle isolation and build morale in the midst of COVID-19 restrictions and despite limited resources available.
We need to support our workforce who have experienced significant increases in demand, and have been doing 'more with less' over the last number of years.