COVID-19 VACCINE 
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​Please see below information about

Covid 19 Vaccines and boosters.

 

We are continuing to participate in the National Vaccination Programme at DMC. We are pleased to have been able to offer  the booster to all our patients over the age of 16 before Christmas.

We would like to sincerely thank the Parish of Kill O the Grange for the use of their facilities which made this possible.

We would also like to thank all our clinical and administration staff for their hard work and dedication. 

If you have not yet received a booster and would like to, please book via button below 

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COVID 19 BOOSTERS

Once again the parish of Kill O the Grange have made their premises available to us to do a final Covid 19 Booster Clinic

on

Wednesday, January 5th from 2-5pm

in

Kill O the Grange Parish Centre

NOT in DMC Surgery

This is a 'walk in' clinic.- no appointment needed

You do not need to be a registered patient of DMC.

You must be over 16 years to attend

It must be 3 months since your last Covid vaccine

You will be given Pfizer vaccine regardless of previous vaccine you received

Please bring your Covid Cert and your PPS number

Please do not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid 19

Please read information on Covid 19 Booster here

CHILDREN AGED 5 TO 11 YEARS
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From 3/1/21 parents of 5-11 year olds can register their child for the COVID 19 Vaccine. (See below for aged 12-15 years). Getting a Covid 19 Vaccine should protect your child from getting seriously ill with Covid 19.

These vaccinations will take place in vaccination centres by appointment only and will not be done in GP surgeries, pharmacies or walk in clinics.

Your child will be offered a Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine with a smaller dose than adults get. For more information and for help deciding what is right for you and your child, see below. 

The HSE COMIC GUIDE below may help your child understand the vaccination process and what to expect.

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CHILDREN AGED 12-15 YEARS
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All children registered at DMC will be vaccinated by the HSE in vaccination centres. They will receive either Pfizer or Moderna Vaccines.

PREGNANCY AND COVID VACCINATION
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Pregnant women are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated against Covid 19. Most pregnant women who get the virus get mild to moderate symptoms. They give birth as planned and the risk of passing on COVID-19 to their baby is low. However, you are more likely to get very unwell and need treatment in intensive care than a woman who is not pregnant. The virus may also cause complications for your baby. To register for the vaccine click on the HSE portal button below.

For information on the Covid Vaccine in Pregnancy see below

HSE Information

RCOG UK Information Sheet and Decision Aid

ARE YOU OVER 60 YEARS OLD?
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​We have completed giving Pfizer Covid 19 booster (3rd dose) to those aged OVER 60 years. If you are over 60 years and, for some reason you did not attend for this vaccine and wish to receive it, please contact us and we can arrange for you to be vaccinated. ​​​

FIRST DOSE OF COVID 19 VACCINE
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If you have not yet received a first dose of Covid Vaccine, and you now wish to, please register with the HSE portal below. All age groups need to register for the first dose with the portal 

WHICH VACCINE WILL I GET?

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You will receive Pfizer vaccine if vaccinated in DMC. If you are vaccinated in a vaccination centre, you may receive either Pfizer or Moderna Vaccines

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I RECEIVE MY VACCINE

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Please see information below on what to expect after you receive your vaccine.

UNICEF IRELAND
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If you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 you can give a vaccine to someone in need by supporting UNICEF IRELAND in their campaign 'Give a Vaccine, Get a Vaccine by clinking on link below to donate. 

'GET A VACCINE, GIVE A VACCINE'