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Covid-19 vaccine portal opens for those aged 35-39 from today

The Covid-19 vaccination portal has opened for people aged between 35 and 39-years-old from today in Ireland.

Those aged 39-years-old are asked to register today, those aged 38 for tomorrow, and so on.


The HSE is hoping to vaccinate those in their 30s through July, with their second doses being given across August.

Likewise, those in their 20s are expected to be given their first vaccination dose by late July or early August.

There is expected to be over 900,000 vaccines delivered to Ireland within the next two weeks.


Over the next two weeks there will be the largest deliveries of Covid-19 vaccines to Ireland since the vaccination programme began.


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