The Cabinet will today consider the strategy for continuous roll-out of Kovid-19 vaccines.
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly will outline the categories of people who will be vaccinated first.
The Donley Cabinet memo is based on a report by the Department of Health and the state National Immunization Advisory Council.
This is expected to outline the groups of people who first received the Kovid-19 vaccine.
Long-term care facilities include adults over the age of 65, health workers in direct contact with Kovid-19 patients, and the general population over the age of 70.
People over the age of 85 are first vaccinated, followed by people aged 80 to 84; 75 to 79; Finally 70 to 74.
Tennis leo Varadkar told Dill last week that people working in high-risk environments, such as meat plants, could be included.
A high-level task force overseeing the logistics of vaccine distribution will publish a report on Friday.
The government sees the importance of a public information plan around the vaccine rollout, with a particular focus on evidence – based approaches, gout consultation and transparency.
At the same time, the A Pfizer-Biotech Covid-19 vaccine has been launched in Northern Ireland.
Donnelli said: “This is a good day for the UK, a great day for Northern Ireland and a good day for the Republic.”
However, despite a lot of good news, he said, “we can’t let our guards down.”
In the UK, becoming a 90-year-old grandmother The first person in the world To receive the Kovid-19 vaccine outside of the clinical trial.