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NI Covid-19 vaccine extended to those aged 40-44 – Belfast Live

This age group can book their vaccine from 12 noon on Thursday

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The Department of Health has announced the Covid-19 vaccine in Northern Ireland has been extended to those aged 40-44.
From 12 noon on Thursday April 8, those falling under this age group will be able to book their coronavirus vaccine.
The 40-44 age bracket is defined as everyone born between 01/04/1976 and 31/03/1981.
Health Minister Robin Swann said: Todays extension of the vaccination programme will be very welcome news to people in this age group.
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