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From tomorrow Saturday 28th of January, the HSE/South East Community Healthcare will be operating a COVID-19 primary and booster vaccination clinic at St. Dympnna’s Hospital in Carlow (Eircode R93 X7TV).
Operating from their mobile vaccination unit, Sligo Leitrim COVID-19 Vaccination staff are offering primary and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to students, staff and any member of the public wishing to top up their protection.
The HSE/South East Community Healthcare, as part of the “Laura Brennan HPV Catch-Up Programme”, are holding clinics (by appointment) for some people aged 16 or older who did not yet get the papillomaviruses (HPV) vaccine.
The HSE is advising people to top up their COVID-19 protection in Cavan Monaghan.
The HSE is offering people the chance to get vaccinated this weekend at the Donegal V Kerry game in Ballybofey.
From today (Tuesday, 24th January 2023), the HSE will be contacting people aged 12 to 64 years with a condition that puts them at high risk of serious illness from COVID-19 to offer them a third COVID-19 booster dose if the second booster they received was not a bivalent vaccine.
The HSE received the interim report of the Inspector of Mental Health Services into the provision of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in the State in early January. We had received a draft in late 2022 and at that time took the actions necessary to address issues raised in relation to individual service users.
The HSE’s National Screening Service, National Immunisation Office (NIO) and National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) have joined forces to develop Ireland’s roadmap to reach global targets for the elimination of cervical cancer.
The HSE has today published the latest Winter Infections Epidemiology Report. The attached report details the levels of respiratory infections circulating in the community and the number of people hospitalised with viruses such as COVID-19, influenza and RSV.