Skip to main content

We use small files called cookies to help us improve your experience on this website and to provide services like web chat. We also use cookies to measure the effectiveness of public health campaigns and understand how people use the website.

Read our cookies policy to find out more about cookies and how we use them.

Coronavirus: Be responsible. Be safe

Health information and advice to stop the spread of coronavirus


Vaccines can protect you against many harmful diseases before you come into contact with them. Vaccines are safe and effective.

Read more about the different vaccines provided in Ireland. 

HSE services and information

Flu vaccine

You should get your flu vaccine by early October to be protected for flu season.

HPV vaccine

Students get the HPV vaccine in 1st year of secondary school. This vaccine protects against cancers caused by the HPV virus.

Vaccines needed during pregnancy

Get vaccines to protect you and your baby against whooping cough and flu

Vaccines for your baby

Your baby will be offered vaccines at 2, 4, 6, 12 and 13 months. They protect your baby from a number of serious diseases.

Vaccines for school children

Children in primary and secondary school get vaccines against a number of serious diseases.