People aged 65 to 69 will be called to attend their first vaccine appointments from tomorrow.
This group will be receiving their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
More than 85,000 people registered with the HSE since the online portal opened last week. Registration days are being staggered by age.
The portal opens to people aged 66 today (Sunday), and those aged 65 will be asked to register tomorrow (Monday).
Appointments can be made through the HSE website or by calling the HSE on 1850 24 1850.
“Based on supplies, we’ll promptly move to those 60-64 and then further down through the ages,” said HSE CEO Paul Reid.
All 65-69 year olds are being asked to register online if you haven’t already been vaccinated or you haven’t received an appointment yet. If you have an appointment for vaccination already, through work, or because of a health condition, you don’t need to register online.
Once a person has registered, the HSE will send appointment details by SMS text message, 3 to 7 days before their vaccination is due to take place. People in this group will be vaccinated during April or May at one of the HSE vaccination centres around the country.