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Covid vaccines made available to 30-34 year-olds

The SSE Arena in Belfast is operating as a mass vaccination centre. Picture by Hugh Russell
Digital Staff

The vaccine programme in Northern Ireland has some limited availability for those aged 30 to 34 to book a Covid-19 vaccine.

The Department of Health said appointments are mainly available at the vaccine centre at the SSE Arena in Belfast and bookings can be from 10.00am today.  

Booking can be done online at: or by phoning 0300 200 7813.

Latest statistics show 1,312,891 vaccines have been administered in the north - 935,589 first doses and 377,302 second doses.

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