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Register to get a COVID-19 vaccine

If you are aged 38 to 69, you can now register to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Contact the HSE

If you are aged 38 to 69 you can now register to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Find out how to contact the HSE if you need:

Register for your COVID-19 vaccine by phone

It's best to register online for your COVID-19 vaccine. This is the quickest way to register.

But you can also register by phone.

Have your information ready

We will ask you for some personal information including your:

Try to have as much of this information ready as possible.

You can still register by phone if you do not have all of these things.

Phone

Open: 8am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday.

The best time to call is between 1pm and 6pm. You will get through to an operator quicker.

Freephone: 1800 700 700

Phone: 01 240 8787

From outside Ireland or the UK: +353 1 240 8787

If you are having problems registering online

Read the user guide for help with registering online.

This page may answer your questions if you have any problems registering online.

If you are still having problems, call the COVID-19 helpline on 1800 700 700.

If you are deaf or hard of hearing

If you are deaf or hard of hearing you can text the COVID-19 helpline on 086 1800 661 to register for your vaccine.

COVID-19 test results

If you are waiting more than 2 days for your COVID-19 test result, phone the COVID-19 helpline

Open:

  • 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday
  • 9am to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday

Freephone: 1800 700 700

Getting medical help

Find a GP and arrange an appointment.

GPs are family doctors and treat all common medical conditions. They are usually the first doctor you will see about non-emergency illnesses and health issues.

If you need to see a GP outside clinic hours, contact your local GP out of hours service.

Injury units are available in some parts of the country. They provide treatment for injuries that are not life-threatening.

For life-threatening emergencies, call 999 or 112

HSELive – health service questions

You can ask us a question on twitter @hselive or find out about disruptions to health services here.

The HSELive team can answer general questions about the health service too.

Get in touch with us by phone or social media.

Open:

  • 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
  • 10am to 5pm on Saturday

Phone

Freephone: 1800 700 700

Phone:01 240 8787

From outside Ireland or the UK: +353 1 240 8787

Social media

Send us a direct message on Twitter and we'll get back to you.

Twitter: @HSELive

Make a comment, compliment or complaint

To make a comment, compliment or complaint, contact our user feedback service: Your service, your say.

Find health services

Find an online list of all health services in Ireland

Freephone: 1800 700 700

HSE Head Office

Dr. Steevens' Hospital
Steeven's Lane
Dublin 8
D08 W2A8

Phone: 01 635 2000

Find out more about the HSE's National Divisions

page last reviewed: 13/10/2020
next review due: 13/10/2023