COVID 19 VACCINATION UPDATES
(10 May 2021)
This information is only for patients under the care of Dr Lawrence Lau.
For patients under the care of Dr Chii Chii Lee, please contact her directly at 087 741 8330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
High Risk Group Information
We have only received notification Today (4th May 2021) about practical arrangement to arrange vaccination for Covid high risk cohort 4 and 7.
Cohort 4 - People aged 16-69 with a medical condition that puts them at very high risk of severe disease and death
Cohort 7 - People aged 16-64 who have an underlying condition that puts them at high risk of severe disease and death
for covid vaccination.
Vaccination will be done at Helix, DCU. (not at medical centre).
For All Dr Lawrence Lau’s patient please send us your
Name, Date of Birth, PPSN, Eircode, Phone, Email, Reason for Cohort 4/7.
There will be further dates later but that’s all we have received.
All other patients, you need to register directly with HSE directly according to age group.
Send us VIA EMAIL will get quicker respond as high volume of calling recently.
ALL patients (normal risk) under 69 years old will need to contact HSE directly to arrange for Covid vaccinations.
Who can register
On Monday 10 May, HSE is inviting people aged 53 to register.
If you are older than this, you can still register now if you haven't already.
Who can register next
If you are aged:
52 – register on Tuesday 11 May, or any time after
51 – register on Wednesday 12 May, or any time after
50 – register on Thursday 13 May, or any time after
Things you need to register online
To register online you need:
a mobile phone number
an email address
your PPS number – here's how to find your PPS number
your Eircode – you can find your Eircode here or you can enter your address in the registration system
If you do not have these things, call the COVID-19 helpline to register by phone instead.
Registering someone else
You can also use this service to register someone else. Read our guide on how to prepare to register someone else.
If you need to register more than 1 person, you need to log out after every registration. Use the icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen to log out and then start again.
Where can I register
For more information, please use this link:
After you register
HSE will send you text messages with your vaccination appointment details 3 to 7 days before your appointments.
Second doses of AstraZeneca
The following is the recommendation of NIAC.
If you have already received your first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and are:
Under 60 - without high risk or a very high-risk medical condition. You should get your second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine 16 weeks after your first dose. This has increased from 12 weeks. The extra time is to allow for more research evidence to become available. - with a very high risk, or high-risk condition that puts you at severe risk of COVID, you should get your second dose 12 weeks after your first dose as planned.
60 and older - you should get your second dose 12 weeks after your first dose, as planned. AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine information for patients and the public.
Based on the NIAC recommendation and to explain why the benefits of getting the AstraZeneca vaccine continue to outweigh the risks for those people for whom the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is recommended. For people over 60, the risk of this very rare side effect is very low. Information for the public on the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is available on hse.ie. Up until 7 April, the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) have gotten 1 report of a case of this rare clotting condition that may be linked to AstraZeneca vaccine out of the 204,270 AstraZeneca doses given. The HPRA are investigating this report.
Let’s fight this together. Keep safe!
CAPEL STREET MEDICAL CENTRE