Approximately 80% of Northern Ireland’s population is currently vaccinated with at least one coronavirus vaccine.
The news comes when the vaccination drive here reaches 2 million times on Sunday, including the first and second vaccinations.
Health Minister Robin Swan, who released the news, welcomed those who helped develop the plan, COVID-19 It’s still very realistic.
He states: “This has been achieved thanks to the enormous amount of work that has been done throughout our medical and social care system. We pay tribute to everyone involved in the immunization program.
“I also pay tribute to the good sense of the people of Northern Ireland. So many people are moving forward to be protected from the virus.
“Drive keeps many people fully vaccinated as soon as possible. My message to those who are refraining is simple – do it now. Vaccinations protect you and others Protect people and help us get back to normal – to enjoy many things that weren’t possible for many of the last 18 months.
“The Covid-19 threat remains very serious, as evidenced by the epidemic of Delta variants in recent weeks.”
He goes on to say: “The Northern Ireland Vaccination Center is currently offering the first dose of Pfizer to anyone over the age of 18.
“Localized take-up initiatives such as pop-up, mobile and walk-in vaccination facilities will continue.
“It is also important to give the first vaccine twice. Complete vaccination at both doses provides significant protection against delta mutants.”
Plans for a vaccine certification system to facilitate overseas travel have also been announced.
This provides internationally recognized evidence that a person has been vaccinated with both vaccines. The certificate is expected to facilitate overseas travel for people taking both doses.
Bring-in first dose vaccination without reservation is available today at SSE Arena on a first-come, first-served basis.
On the other hand, anyone over the age of 18 can make an appointment for the first Pfizer vaccination at the next vaccine center. https://covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccinated
If you cannot make a reservation online, you can also make a reservation using the telephone service 0300 2007813.
The NI Covid Vaccine Program has surpassed 2 million, with the Minister of Health warning about the threat of delta variants
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