Tuesday, 6 July 2021
Register online or by phone at 1800 700 700 for HSE vaccination centre appointments
Appointment details will follow within three weeks
The HSE invites everyone aged 30-34 to register for their COVID-19 vaccine through the HSE’s online registration system or on the phone with HSELive.
This invitation is for everyone in Ireland aged 30-34, including those within this age range who may be in another vaccine allocation group and are not yet vaccinated.
The quickest and easiest way to register is online with a Personal Public Service (PPS) number, Eircode, a mobile phone number and an email address. Alternatively, people can call HSELive on 1800 700 700 to register on the phone. People who don’t have a PPSN can also be vaccinated and can register on the phone with HSElive.
Once successfully registered, we will send people their appointment details by text message within three weeks. People who register will be referred to a HSE vaccination centre.
When to register
Register to get your COVID-19 vaccine on the following dates:
- If you are 34 please register on Wednesday, 7 July
- If you are 33 please register on Thursday, 8 July
- If you are 32 please register on Friday, 9 July
- If you are 31 please register on Saturday, 10 July
- If you are 30 please register on Sunday, 11 July
People are asked to register on the days above to make the process as easy as possible and to avoid delays.
The quickest and easiest way is to register online to get your COVID-19 vaccine, which allows you to register, manage appointments, and provides a secure record of your vaccination.
Vaccine options for people aged 30-34
People aged 18 to 34 may have a choice between 2 types of vaccine, both types will protect from severe illness from COVID-19.
- the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. These mRNA vaccines are recommended for people under the age of 50. People in this age group will be offered an appointment for one of these vaccines within 3 weeks of registering.
- the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine or AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. These viral vector vaccines have been associated with a rare side effect of unusual blood clots, which is more common in people under 50.
- After registering online, people can opt for a Janssen or AstraZeneca vaccine, and may be vaccinated sooner than three weeks, depending on supply.
For more information read this leaflet COVID-19 Vaccines for 18-34 year olds (PDF, size 1 MB, 2 pages)
People aged 18-34 can also choose to get a Janssen vaccine by making an appointment with a participating pharmacy. Availability will depend on supplies.
Read information to help you decide which vaccine is best for you.
People who register and are scheduled for a vaccination at a HSE Vaccination Centre will also receive an SMS with a link which allows them to give consent to their allocated vaccine online, before they attend for their vaccination.
The text message includes a link to further information on their vaccine, as well as a link to answer some medical questions and give consent.
This step is designed to make it as simple and quick as possible for people to get their vaccine.
Attending a vaccination centre
Appointments have been spaced out to keep everybody safe. People are asked to arrive on time for their appointment but not more than 5 minutes before their appointment.
People are asked not to bring anyone else to the vaccination centre, to reduce the number of people at the centre for infection control reasons. People are asked not to attend for their vaccination with children. If people have difficulty finding childcare for their appointment time, they can find options and read more at www.hse.ie/vacctr
Issued by the HSE Press Office
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Last updated on: 06 / 07 / 2021