Vaccinated O’Rourke looking forward to a ‘tight hug’ from grandchildren

Vaccinated O’Rourke eager for a ‘tight hug’ from grandchildren

The previous Fianna Fáil politician Mary O’Rourke says she can not wait to present her grandchildren a “tight, tight hug” now that she has obtained her second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

The previous minister mentioned she had hoped her second shot being scheduled on April Idiot’s Day was “not a giant fats joke” nevertheless it wasn’t: she acquired the vaccine at her physician’s surgical procedure in Athlone on Thursday.

Now totally vaccinated, she longs for nearer contact along with her six grandchildren, as soon as the vaccine takes impact.

“My son Aengus is my care-giver in my social bubble, dropping in meals and newspapers to me however the kids don’t are available,” she tells The Irish Occasions.

“They keep within the backyard typically and wave in and blow kisses at me. That is a part of life however it’s horrible. I need a tight hug – a decent, tight hug – which they are going to give me, I do know.”

At 83 years of age, O’Rourke falls into the over-70s age group at the moment being vaccinated.

One humorous consequence of the vaccine rollout has been individuals discovering the ages of mates and neighbours, which some could have most popular to not disclose, she says.

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