Published: 30 December 2020
Vaccine registration has closed for frontline healthcare workers through the online portal.
You will be offered your vaccine soon if you signed up before midday on Friday 26 March.
Frontline healthcare workers who did not register online
A process is being put in place to vaccinate:
- frontline healthcare workers who missed the 26 March deadline
- new frontline healthcare workers
- those who have recently returned to frontline work after a period of leave
We will let you know how you'll be able to get your vaccine through the usual staff communication channels.
Workers essential to the vaccine programme
Workers essential to the vaccine programme are in priority group 6 of the Government’s vaccine allocation groups.
If you are in this group we will let you know when it is time for you to get your vaccine. We'll do this through the usual staff communication channels.
If you are still waiting for your vaccination appointment
If you are a frontline healthcare worker and you registered before midday on Friday 26 March, you will get your appointment details soon. This will be by text message.
Appointments are prioritised based on the guidelines for sequencing and registration process for HCW COVID vaccination (4 pages, 785KB, pdf).
If you are worried about your registration, talk to your manager.
Getting your vaccine
You will need to bring photo ID and proof of employment to your appointment.
COVID-19 vaccine support contact
If you have questions about your vaccine contact our customer support team.
You can also call the HSELive vaccine helpline on 01 240 8746.
The helpline is open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.