Ireland has just donated 340,000 doses to Uganda.
Ireland has ceased accepting delivery of some Covid-19 vaccines orders, to accommodate poorer countries where vaccine availability's low.
The HSE says its fully committed to working with government in sending 1 million doses to poorer nations, as part of the COVAX initiative.
National Lead of the Vaccination Programme Damien McCallion says Ireland recently delivered 340,000 vaccines to Uganda
Hon Odongo expressed Uganda’s appreciation to the Government of Ireland for the vaccine donations made through the COVAX mechanism and through the European Union as a sign of solidarity and cooperation with Africa, specifically Uganda during the COVID-19 pandemic. pic.twitter.com/L9ntuO6SDc— Government of Uganda (@GovUganda) October 29, 2021