Video: Ireland orders monkeypox vaccines; Dublin shop sells €3.6m winning Lotto ticket

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Monkeypox vaccines

Ireland has secured an order of vaccines against monkeypox, HSE boss Paul Reid has said.

The chief executive said that he expects the delivery to be made “very shortly”.


Mr Reid also said it is “more likely than not” that the State will see cases of monkeypox within the health system.

Waterford crash

A teenage cyclist is in a critical condition after a collision with a driver in Co Waterford on Thursday afternoon.

The collision occurred on Clonea Road, Dungarvan, at approximately 4pm.

The cyclist, a girl in her teens, was taken to Cork University Hospital by helicopter and remains in a critical condition. The female driver (late 30s) of the car was treated at the scene for shock.

Dublin Lotto winner

The National Lottery has confirmed the location of Wednesday night’s winning Lotto ticket worth €3.6 million.

The jackpot winning ticket was sold at the Extramart Store on Home Farm Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.

The National Lottery also confirmed that it is still waiting to hear from the winning ticket holder, who has become the 19th Lotto millionaire this year.

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