Register for the Covid-19 VaccinationMay 5, 2021 ADMIN 0
05-May-21: People aged 58 are invited to register today, Wednesday 5 May. If you are aged 60 to 69, you can still register if you haven’t already. People aged 50 to 54 will be invited to register from Sunday 9 May. Who can register next – if you are aged; 57 – register on Thursday 6 May, or any time after, 56 – register on Friday 7 May, or any time after, 55 – register on Saturday 8 May, or any time after.
The HSE are asking people to register on specific days to help them manage the demand. This will make it easier for everyone to register.
18-Apr-21: From Monday 19th April over 65’s can register for the COVID-19 vaccine. You can register online (check out the video below) or if you need assistance you can call the COVID-19 helpline. The vaccine is free and you do not get to choose which vaccine you get. The type of vaccine offered to you will be based on supply.
15-Apr-21: The online portal on the HSE website is now open for people aged 65 – 69 years to book an appointment to get their Covid vaccination. There’s no charge for getting your COVID-19 vaccine. It’s free. You cannot get it privately. You do not get to choose which vaccine you get. The type of vaccine offered to you will be based on supply. You don’t have to get a COVID-19 vaccine by law however the HSE strongly recommends that you get your vaccine when it’s offered to you.
When to register
If you are aged:
- 69 – register on Thursday 15 April, or anytime after
- 68 – register on Friday 16 April, or anytime after
- 67 – register on Saturday 17 April, or anytime after
- 66 – register on Sunday 18 April, or anytime after
- 65 – register on Monday 19 April, or anytime after
To register online you need:
- a mobile phone number
- an email address
- your PPS number – here’s how to find your PPS number
- your Eircode – you can find your Eircode here or you can enter your address in the registration system
If you do not have these things, call the COVID-19 helpline 1 850 241850 to register by phone instead.
For further details visit the HSE website