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Appointment and service updates – HSE IT system cyber attack
This invitation is for everyone in Ireland aged 30-34, including those within this age range who may be in another vaccine allocation group and are not yet vaccinated.
You will now be able to give consent to receive your vaccine online, ahead of your vaccination appointment.
A second Covid-19 vaccination centre for Meath has formally opened at Fairyhouse Racecourse this week as the HSE ramps up the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccination programme in Meath and Louth to meet the huge demand for vaccines in both counties.
From Monday, 5 July 2021, people aged 18 - 34 can choose to get vaccinated with the single-shot Janssen from their local pharmacy.
From tomorrow, 01 July 2021, the HSE will automatically cease to offer people further appointments, once they have refused 3 appointments.
Residents at Dungarvan Community Hospital were treated to some top class musical entertainment this weekend, as the “Covid Care Concerts” series paid them a welcome visit.
Playing and spending time outdoors is great for children. Protecting children’s skin from the sun when outside reduces their risk of skin cancer in later life.
A review of cervical screening records in Scotland’s screening programme has found that some women had been removed incorrectly from that country’s population screening programme following hysterectomy procedures.
The HSE has recently been made aware of a field safety notice issued by the manufacturer Philips relating to a number of ventilation devices used for sleep and respiratory care. (list outlined below)
As an additional facility, the HSE will be operating a free “Pop up, walk-in/no appointment necessary” COVID-19 test centre on the grounds of Dungarvan Community Hospital, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford on Thursday 24th, Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of June.