St Vincent’s hospital in Dublin is admitting a “worrying” number of double-vaccinated patients for treatment for Covid-19, emergency department head Professor John Ryan has said.

Professor John Ryan at St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin. Photo: Mark Condren

St Vincent’s hospital in Dublin is admitting a “worrying” number of double-vaccinated patients for treatment for Covid-19, emergency department head Professor John Ryan has said.

He emphasised that just because people are double-jabbed does not mean they are immune to the virus.

“Right now, we’re seeing a significant number of breakthrough cases,” he said. 

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