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Minister for Health confirms locations for vaccination centres

Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly has today confirmed the locations for 37 vaccination centres across Ireland for the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme.

The 37 centres have been confirmed by the HSE, with at least one in every county.

The locations for the vaccination centres in Dublin are:

Dublin Aviva Stadium Landsdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Dublin Citywest Convention Centre Citywest Hotel, Garters Lane, Saggart, Co. Dublin
Dublin Helix Theatre DCU DCU Santry
Dublin TU Dublin Campus Grangegorman

 

These centres will support the vaccination of the general population in a safe and efficient manner. While currently vaccines are being administered in healthcare settings and by GPs, many people will be offered their vaccination in these centres, having self-registered online.

All of the centres vary in size and operating hours and have been selected based on population density, ease of access, transport and parking.

The design and layout of the centres also incorporates learnings from the COVID-19 swabbing centres. It is important to note that the centres will be of different sizes and operating hours will be based on vaccine supply and catchment area need.

Speaking following the announcment of the centres, Minister Donnelly said:

“I would like to thank the HSE for their ongoing work in developing these vaccination centres across the country.

“These centres will be ready well in advance of vaccine supply when they will be used as part of our programme.

“People can expect to see these vaccination centres ready and waiting in their county.

“We have always said the vaccination programme would only be limited by the availability and reliability of supply in these early stages of the programme.

“In the coming months supply will increase substantially and we will see these centres operating to full capacity and administering vaccines to the general population, following the Government priority list.”

 

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