COVID 19 VACCINATION

Moloneys Pharmacy offers Covid 19 vaccination.
Pfizer or Moderna vaccine only available.


UPDATE 3/9/22.  Persons over 50, healthcare workers and those with high risk medical conditions over 12 can now register for a second booster vaccine.  

In the upcoming weeks, we expect that third boosters will be offered to those over 65 and those who are immuno-compromised - we do not expect this to commence until the flu vaccine campaign.

Vaccinations are still available in the HSE Vaccination Clinics.  Patients can book an appointment on the HSE website https://www2.hse.ie/screening-and-vaccinations/covid-19-vaccine/get-the-vaccine/booking/


PLEASE NOTE - PHARMACY IS A HEALTHCARE SETTING USED BY VULNERABLE PATIENTS. WEARING OF FACE MASKS IS COMPULSORY FOR ALL VACCINE APPOINTMENTS.


INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE YET TO RECEIVE A COVID VACCINE, OR WHO HAVE ONLY RECEIVED ONE PFIZER / MODERNA DOSE.

We can no longer offer first vaccines to anyone.  Patients should register to receive their first covid vaccine from a HSE Vaccination Centre, and book on the HSE website https://vaccine.hse.ie/#register and they will be offered a vaccine at a HSE vaccination center.


INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A FIRST BOOSTER VACCINE

We can offer a first booster dose to patients who are eligible.   Patients currently eligible are those over 12 years of age.  

All patients will be offered a Pfizer or Moderna (if over 30) vaccine.

To qualify

  • If 16 or over, it must be at least three months since your last vaccine dose.
  • If between 12 and 15, it must be at least SIX months since your last vaccine dose.
  • You must not have tested positive for Covid 19 in the last three months (SIX months for those under 16)
  • We will be offering the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine irrespective of which vaccine you have already received.
INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A SECOND BOOSTER VACCINE

We can offer a second booster dose to patients who are eligible.  Patients currently eligible for registration are those over 50 years of age, women over 16 weeks pregnant, those who have been identified by the HSE as  immuno-compromised, those over 12 who are clinically vulnerable due to illness (as per HSE definition) and all healthcare workers.

All patients will be offered a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

To qualify

  • It must be at least four months since your first booster dose.
  • You must not have tested positive for Covid 19 in the last four months.
  • We will be offering the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine irrespective of which vaccine you have already received. Choice of vaccine will be determined by the HSE.  We will be unable to offer a choice of vaccine.  Patients will be notified by text which vaccine they will be offered.

TO APPLY

Click on the button below to register for a Covid vaccine booster.  You will need to enter personal details (PPSN etc) that we need to register your vaccination, as we cannot access the information that you may have previously supplied to receive your first vaccine.  
PLEASE NOTE - IF YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR A BOOSTER, PLEASE USE THE SAME NAME(S), SURNAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS AS YOUR FIRST VACCINE (AS LISTED ON YOUR VACCINE CERT).  OTHERWISE THERE WILL BE DELAYS IN ISSUING YOUR UPDATED DIGITAL CERT.
Note -the registration system will now also offer a flu vaccine.  You will be given the choice to choose whether or not you would like a flu vaccine.  This can be arranged at the same appointment if appropriate.

What happens next

We will contact you to arrange an appointment in the pharmacy for your vaccination.   If you receive your vaccine elsewhere in the meantime, please contact us to cancel your registration by texting STOP to 0877157456, emailing us using the "CONTACT" section of the website, stating your name, mobile number and date of birth, or phoning us at 0214772130.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CLINICS ARE NORMALLY HELD ONE OR TWO DAYS PER WEEK, AND NEVER ON FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYS.  We will try to accommodate specific patient requests but this may not always be possible.