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Covid-19 vaccine portal opens for 16-17-year-olds today

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has confirmed that the Covid-19 vaccine portal will open for those aged 16-17-years-old from today.

The move means the portal is now open for anyone in Ireland over 16-years-old to avail of a vaccine.


The portal opened for everyone over 18 just one week ago.

To register online for a vaccination people will need:

-PPS number


-Phone number

-Email address


An Taoiseach has urged younger people to get the Covid-19 vaccine, noting that 87% of cases reported yesterday were in people under 45-years-old.


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