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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Vaccination slots go online for 65-69-year-olds
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People aged 65-69 can now book their Covid-19 vaccination appointments at one of NI’s seven regional vaccination centres.

The online booking is available at covid-19.hscni.net

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The Department of Health this week announced a twin track approach to accelerating NI’s vaccination programme – ensuring more people can take up the offer of vaccination and help protect themselves against Covid-19.

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GPs will be focusing on the 70 plus age group, while the seven regional vaccination centres will in parallel be offering offer vaccination appointments to 65-69 year-olds.

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