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Online vaccine registrations is now open for people aged 30 to 34

People aged 30 to 34 can now register for their COVID-19 vaccine.

Published: 7 July 2021

From today, Wednesday 7 July,  people aged between 30 and 34 can register for their COVID-19 vaccine online.

To avoid delays when we open registration we are asking people to register on different days depending on their age. Registration dates and age groups:

  • Wednesday 7 July, people aged 34 should register
  • Thursday 8 July, people aged 33 should register
  • Friday 9 July, people aged 32 should register
  • Saturday 10 July, people aged 31 should register
  • Sunday 11 July, people aged 30 should register

If you are a staff member in this age group and you haven't already registered for your vaccine then you too can register this week.

Register for your vaccine 

Online registration - information for patients and service users

People in this age group who are registering online will need their Personal Public Service Number (PPSN), their Eircode, an email address or a mobile number.

A friend or a family member can help if someone is finding it difficult to go online and register or they can ring HSELive for support on 1800 700 700 from 8am -8pm, 7 days.

Once registered the person will get an appointment by text message within 3 weeks Vaccinations will be at a HSE vaccination centre.

18 to 34 age groups

People aged between 18 to 34 have a choice between 2 types of vaccine:

  • the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. These are called mRNA vaccines. They are recommended for people under the age of 50.
  • the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine or AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. These are called viral vector vaccines.
  • After registering online, people can opt for a Janssen or AstraZeneca vaccine, and may be vaccinated sooner than three weeks, depending on supply.

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.

Find a pharmacy giving the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine.

Read information to help people in this group decide on their COVID-19 vaccination.