The Northern Ireland Immunization Program has announced that there are some restrictions on vaccinating people between the ages of 30 and 34.
Appointments are primarily available at the immunization center SSA Arena Bookings in Belfast and qualifications can be booked from 10 a.m. today.
Depending on the availability of the vaccine, participating community pharmacies can also make appointments.
For his part, Health Minister Robin Swan said: “It is important to remember that our immunization program has grown relatively quickly. We have vaccinated nearly one million people in less than five months, and thousands of our citizens have been vaccinated ahead of schedule.
I know we all look forward to a long-term return to normalcy, and the vaccine offers good hope for this. Taking is very encouraging and I enjoy moving fast in groups.
We now have limited space available to those between the ages of 30 and 34, so if you qualify, I encourage you to move forward and take the opportunity.
The demand for appointments is so strong that people who book reservations are required to be patient. The immunization program will continue to depend on the supply of immunizations.
Also available today is the new VMS Dashboard, which provides more details about the immunization program. It replaces the previous manual system based on different platforms with different reporting methods. More information about the immunization process will be provided in the coming weeks.
Some information may be slightly up or down when setting up VMS, but the overall figure is consistent. This includes redesigning the first few volumes as a second, reflecting the improved information accuracy of the new system.
VMS will be updated daily at 2.00 pm in relation to other dashboard reports.
If possible, reservations for vaccines should be made online: covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccine /
However, where it is not possible to book online, the telephone number is 0300 200 7813.
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