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HSE says progress through 35-39 age group will be 'slower' due to volumes and vaccine supplies
People in this age cohort will be able to register for their vaccine from Sunday.
Over 400,000 vaccine doses delivered to Ireland last week with 200,000 jabs administered
The biggest previous week of deliveries was just under 250,000 doses.
50,000 register for Covid-19 vaccine as GPs ask people not to call for AstraZeneca advice
67 year olds can be registered tomorrow followed by 66 year olds on Sunday and 65 year olds from Monday.
Donnelly: Ireland could have enough doses to vaccinate 10.3 million people
The minister said this will be dependent on supply but this is based on what Ireland has secured.