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These temporary walk-in testing centres will allow people, who don’t have symptoms of COVID-19, to get a free COVID-19 test without having to contact their GP first.
The HSE, Offaly County Council and An Gárda Síochána are today appealing to the whole community to please renew their effort to prevent COVID illness and to hold firm while waiting for your vaccine.
The HSE will resume administering the AstraZeneca vaccine tomorrow (Saturday), following the recommendation from the National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) and the deputy Chief Medical Officer that use of the vaccine should recommence.
Targeted at people aged 18 and over, who have used drugs in the last 12 months, the survey aims to improve understanding of patterns of drug use in 30 countries.
Despite it being the National Holiday of St. Patrick’s Day (17th March) in Ireland, there was ongoing administration of the Covid Vaccine in the HSE’s Waterford Primary Care Centre.
The next meeting of the Regional Health Forum - Dublin North East will take place on Monday 22nd March 2021 at 2:00 pm.
This year, World Kidney Day takes place tomorrow, Thursday 11th March, themed ‘Kidney Health for Everyone, Everywhere -Living Well with Kidney Disease’.
On Thursday 4th of March, the HSE National Ambulance Service together with HSE Public Health Nursing and Dr Whealtey O'Neill facilitated the vaccination of people aged over 70 on Tory Island.
The HSE is delighted to announce that it has completed essential upgrading and refurbishment of the Ballyshannon Community Nursing Unit, formerly known as the Rock.
The HSE today, Wed 3rd March, has announced details of extended counselling supports for former residents of Mother and Baby Homes and also those impacted by illegal birth registrations.