25-29 year olds can register for an MRNA Covid-19 vaccine from tomorrow
18 to 34-year-olds can also register to receive the Janssen vaccine at a pharmacy.
25 to 29-year-olds can register to receive an MRNA Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre from tomorrow (16 July), Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has confirmed.
The portal will open for those aged 29 at first and will open up to each of the other age groups over the subsequent days.
Everybody aged 30 to 69 who has yet to receive a Covid-19 vaccine can also register for the jab on Friday.
18 to 34-year-olds can also currently register to receive the Janssen vaccine at their local pharmacy.
Calling all 25-29 year olds
You can register for an mRNA vaccine from TOMORROW pic.twitter.com/nnVmKD7TvH
— Stephen Donnelly (@DonnellyStephen) July 15, 2021
To register online for a vaccine, you will need a mobile phone number, an email address, your PPS number and your Eircode.
If you do not have these things, you are advised to call the Covid-19 helpline to register by phone instead.
For more information on how to register for a Covid-19 vaccine in Ireland using the portal, check out JOE's handy guide here.