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Taoiseach receives AstraZeneca vaccine

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Taoiseach receives AstraZeneca vaccine

Taoiseach receives AstraZeneca vaccine

The Taoiseach expressed hope that Ireland can look forward to a good summer as he received his first Covid-19 vaccination.Micheal Martin was given an AstraZeneca jab at the Cork City Hall vaccination centre on Sunday afternoon.


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