19/04/2021

Limited Availability For 35-39 Year Olds To Book Covid Vaccine

The vaccine programme in Northern Ireland has some limited availability for people aged 35 to 39 to book a Coronavirus vaccine.

Appointments are mainly available at the vaccine centre at the SSE Arena and bookings will be available from 2pm today, 19 April. Appointments in community pharmacies will be made available to 35-39 year olds later in April as vaccine supplies permit.
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If possible, booking should be done online at: covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccinated.

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