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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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# vaccine rollout
Covid-19 vaccine portal will open for people aged 16 and 17 tomorrow
The health minister announced the news today.
# MRNA Jabs
Covid vaccine portal will open to everyone aged 18 or over from tomorrow
The health minister said Ireland’s vaccination programme is ahead of schedule and performing “really well”.
# rollout
Covid vaccine portal now open for people aged 18-24
Those who register now will be offered an AstraZeneca vaccine if it is available earlier than an mRNA jab.
# vaccine rollout
Covid vaccine portal will open for people aged 25-29 tomorrow
This group will be able to register for an mRNA vaccine.
# Over 40s
Online vaccine booking portal should be open for people aged 40-44 next week, Taoiseach says
Anyone aged 45 and older is currently able to register for a Covid-19 vaccine.
# coronavirus vaccine
Covid-19 vaccine portal back in operation, and opens for 48-year-olds
The HSE said that some people had “difficulty” this morning in registering for their vaccine, but urged people to try again later.
# rollout
Online vaccine booking portal will open tomorrow for those aged 45 to 49
The HSE expects that some people in this cohort will be able to receive a first dose before the end of the month.
# Vaccines
Vaccine registration opens to people aged 50-59 on phased basis from today
59-year-olds can now register online for their vaccine.
# vaccine portal
Online vaccine booking portal will open next week for those age 50 to 59
Taoiseach Martin has said that the launch of the online portal has been a success.
# Vaccines
People in 60-64 age bracket invited to register online for Covid-19 vaccine
As of Wednesday night, more than 147,000 people have registered for their vaccine.