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When can I register for the COVID-19 Vaccine in Ireland? Q&A

The COVID-19 Vaccine registration portal is open for all residents in Ireland, regardless of their nationality. People aged 45 can now register online or over the phone for their Covid-19 vaccine. Below shows the online portal for the public to register for the vaccine, categorised based on your age.



When To Register:

  • Age 69 - 60 was 19th-28th April (you can still register if you haven't already)

  • Age 59 - 50 was 4th-13th May (Open to register)

  • Age 49 - 45 was 19th-23rd May (Open to register)

  • Age 44 - 40 is 4th- 11th June

  • Age 39 - 35 is 12th-17th June

There is about a week between groups, although the 40s and 30s got split up.



To register online, people need:

  • PPS number

  • Eircode

  • A mobile phone number

  • An e-mail address

Once registered you will receive your appointment via text message. You may cancel the appointment by calling the HSE Vaccine helpline.


Which COVID-19 vaccine you will get


You do not get to choose which vaccine you get. The type of vaccine offered to you will be based on supply. You may cancel the appointment by calling the HSE Vaccine helpline.


All the vaccines we use are safe and effective. The best vaccine to get is the one you are offered.


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