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The first round of vaccines will have an immediate impact, according to immunology expert

The first round of Covid vaccines will have an immediate impact in Ireland, according to an immunology expert. Professor Luke O'Neill has said that when the first round of Covid-19 vaccines are distributed across the country, we should see an immediate"..
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