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People aged 65-69 will be able to register for the Covid-19 vaccine from tomorrow

From tomorrow, people aged 65 to 69 will be able to register for the Covid-19 vaccine.

The HSE’s online registration system will open tomorrow morning for people aged 69 which will then be followed by people aged 68 on Friday.

Upon registering for the vaccine, people will be required to provide their PPS number as well as their Eircode with vaccinations beginning next week.

An announcement will be made later today on how people can register for their vaccine.


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