Vaccine Rollout

  • Covid Booster: 

    Vaccination Information

    May 2022: We are shortly commencing a booster programme for the >65 year old age group. This will be available via a weekly clinic to patients who are already members of the practice. To register your interest, please apply below using the online form. 

    If you  would like to view other options for getting your covid booster please visit the HSE website:

Vaccines - Chapelizod GP

Coronavirus Vaccination Information

Vaccination Information

Second booster dose

You should get a second booster if you are:

How long to wait before getting a second booster

You can get your second booster at least 4 months (at least 120 days) after your first booster.

If you have had COVID-19 since your first booster, wait at least 4 months after you tested positive or from when your symptoms started.

65 or older – vaccine doses

If you are 65 or older, your second booster should be your fourth vaccine dose.

Why you may need a second booster

You may be more at risk of serious illness from COVID-19 if you have a weak immune system or are aged 65 or older.

This is because:

  • the protection from previous doses may weaken with time
  • you may be at greater risk of severe illness
  • your immune system may not respond as strongly to vaccination

Data from other countries shows that a second booster will give you extra protection from COVID-19. A second booster can prevent the possibility of hospitalisation or death from COVID-19 illness.

If you have a weak immune system

Your GP or hospital consultant may recommend a second booster if you have a weak immune system.

See a list of conditions and treatments that put you at high risk of COVID-19 illness

How to get your second booster dose

If you are 65 or older, you can choose to:

Which vaccine you will be offered

If you are 30 or older, you will be offered a single booster dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. These are mRNA vaccines. The vaccine you will be offered will depend on supply.