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People aged between 30-34 can register for Covid-19 vaccine from next week

People in Ireland aged between 30 and 34-years-old will be able to register for a Covid-19 vaccine from next week.

“The progress in our Covid-19 Vaccination programme continues. AstraZeneca second doses for those aged 60-69 to be completed in coming weeks,” Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said.


“351,000 vaccines administered last week. HSE planning to open registration for those age 30-34 towards the end of next week,” he added. 

64% of Irish adults have now received at least one Covid-19 vaccine, with 42% fully vaccinated.

It is understood that people under the age of 35-years-old will soon be able to avail of the Janssen and AstraZeneca vaccines, which will speed up the vaccination roll-out.


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