If you are aged 42 to 69, you can now register to get a COVID-19 vaccine
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Appointment and service updates – HSE IT system cyber attack
People aged 35-39 (including those who may be in another vaccine allocation group) are invited to register for the vaccine from Sunday 20 June.
While good progress has been made in restoring some of our systems, services around the country are continuing to see significant impacts and disruptions to services
A Royal Air Force (RAF) 2nd World War veteran was given a special surprise this week at Dunabbey House residential nursing unit in Dungarvan
As part of Men’s Health Week, the HSE today, (Monday 14th June) is encouraging all men to make some small changes to support their health and wellbeing. Men’s Health Week (MHW) begins today (14th June) and ends on Father’s Day, Sunday 20th June
As we head into the June bank holiday weekend, the HSE National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) and Healthy Ireland are supporting you to enjoy the sun safely with the launch of the new SunSmart awareness campaign.
The HSE invites everyone aged 40-44 to register for their COVID-19 vaccine through the HSE’s online registration system or on the phone with HSELive.
Recently a news publication wrote a story saying they had seen HSE data that had been illegally accessed.
This international World No Tobacco Day (Monday, 31 May, 2021), the HSE calls on people to quit smoking with the help of the HSE QUIT service, where people who smoke in Ireland can get the support they need to quit for good.
Pregnant women between 14 and 36 completed weeks gestation are now being offered an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna), following a recent NIAC recommendation. The HSE is encouraging pregnant women to take up the COVID-19 vaccine when it is offered.