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Medical associations registering their members for Covid-19 vaccine

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Private medical healthcare facilities and associations are trying to register their staff to ensure they get the Covid-19 vaccine. 

With no clear plan from the government on how healthcare workers - who are first in line - will be vaccinated, medical associations have had to register their members to make sure they all get inoculated.

The health department said the country would receive one million doses of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine this month.

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