Covid-19 vaccine portal opens today for 38 year olds in Carlow, Kilkenny and beyond
It's as a new survey shows just 4% say they're unsure about getting a vaccine
Registration for a Covid-19 vaccine opens for people aged 38 today in Carlow, Kilkenny and across the country.
It’s expected they will be given an appointment for a jab in the coming weeks.
People can sign up online, or by phone. (More here).
Meanwhile, just 4% of people say they’re unsure whether they’ll get a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a new survey.
The Ipsos/MRBI research found vaccine hesitancy has declined, with those ‘unsure’ down 14 points since January.
The survey on behalf of the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association, found those who have received or intend to get a vaccine, has risen to 89 per cent.
While 6% said they’d refuse a vaccine.
Bernard Mallee of the IPHA says the concerns of those who won’t get vaccinated still need to be addressed