Taoich says the vaccine program could be “substantially completed” by the fall of 2021

Taoich says the vaccine program could be "substantially completed" by the fall of 2021

Michael Martin told the Irish Times that by next fall, the Covid-19 vaccine program in Ireland could be “substantially” completed, which would allow the economy to return to normal.

Speaking Inside Business, a podcast from The Irish TimesMartin said the government is working to expand and expand financial support to businesses and individuals affected by the latest Covid-19 restrictions to help them survive the next lockdown.

He believes a Brexit deal will end by the end of the year.

Martin said three vaccines will be available here by the end of January – from Pfizer Biotech, Moderna and AstraZeneca – and he expects the rollout to be effective from March.

The first vaccines are expected to be given on December 30.

“Of course by the end of autumn I want to see a significant portion of the population [] … In the opinion of the European Commission, there should be no difficulty in supply by the end of autumn, ”he said.

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