If you're aged 40-44, it's time to register for your COVID-19 vaccine

Registration is still open to those aged 45-69. For more information or to register visit hse.ie or call 1850 24 1850.

To get your vaccine, you will need to register in advance. If you are aged 40-44, you can now register for your vaccine either on hse.ie, or on the phone. 

Registration is now open for everyone aged 40-69, including people with very high-risk or high-risk health conditions. 

You will be vaccinated at a HSE vaccination centre, with either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

You’ll get a text message with details of your appointment 3-7 days before your vaccination. The text will include the name and address of the vaccination centre you should go to.

You should try to go alone and please do not bring children. This is to reduce the number of people at the vaccination centre. You can find more information on going to a vaccination centre here.

The quickest and easiest way to register is online. You will need your Personal Public Service Number (PPSN), your Eircode, a mobile phone number and an email address to register online. 

You don’t need a PPSN to get your vaccine. If you don’t have a PPSN or don’t want to register online, you can call HSELive on 1850 24 1850 to register on the phone.

When to register

Registration is now open for everyone aged 40-69. 

If you haven’t registered for your COVID-19 vaccine yet, please register now either online or on the phone.

If you’re in a younger age group, you’ll be invited to register when it’s your turn.


For more information or to register, visit hse.ie or call 1850 24 1850

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