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HSE to continue vaccinations despite cyber attack

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The HSE said it is still planning to administer between 250,000 and 270,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses next week between GP's, vaccination centres, hospitals and other services, despite the ransomware cyber-attack on its IT systems launched yesterday.

The HSE's online booking portal for vaccination appointments which was out of action on Friday, is now back up and running for people aged between 50 and 69 years old.

Vaccination centres in Navan, Portlaoise, Longford and Tullamore are now all operating seven days a week, and this is set to continue.

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