People in the 30 to 34-year-old age category can register for an mRNA vaccine from tomorrow, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly has confirmed.
Minister Donnelly said that “appointments will follow in a matter of days with the first vaccinations for this group next week.”
Those aged 34 can register for a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine from tomorrow, followed by 33-year-olds on Thursday, finishing with registration for 30-year-olds on Sunday.
Over half of adults in Ireland are now fully vaccinated according to HSE CEO Paul Reid, while 69% of adults have received at least one vaccine dose.
Meanwhile, pharmacies across Wicklow have begun vaccinating people aged 18-34 since yesterday.
Those aged 18-34 can register for a Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine in a number of pharmacies across the county.