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People in 60-64 age bracket invited to register online for Covid-19 vaccine from today

People aged between 60 and 64 will be able to register online for a Covid-19 vaccination starting today.

The HSE’s vaccine portal has been open to people between the ages of 65 and 69 since last week.

As of Wednesday night, more than 147,000 people have registered for their vaccine.

People in the 60-64 age bracket will be able to register on the HSE website for their vaccine in the coming days, as follows: 

  • Age 64 can register from today
  • Age 63 can register from tomorrow
  • Age 62 can register from Sunday
  • Age 61 can register from Monday
  • Age 60 can register from Tuesday

The vaccine being offered to people aged 60 to 64 is the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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