Ireland’s first walk-in vaccination centres will open this bank holiday weekend.
People without an appointment will be able to get a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at sites across the country.
At least one mass vaccination centre in each county will be offering the vaccines over the long weekend, although times differ from site to site.
For example, Dublin's Aviva Stadium will have vaccines available between 8am and 6:30pm on Monday only, whereas Cork's Páirc Uí Chaoimh will have walk-in vaccines available from 11:30am to 4:30pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Five of the country's vaccination centres - including UCD in Dublin and Fairways Hotel in Dundalk - will not be offering walk-in services this weekend.
Two sites - Clonmel Park Hotel and Clonguish GAA Club - will have walk-in clinics on Friday.
The full list of centres and walk-in times are available on the HSE website.
The walk-in clinics are open to everyone over aged 16 - meaning those aged 12-15 will not be able to avail of them for now.
While there are clinics in every county, the HSE says people can attend any of the walk-in clinics - meaning you're not just restricted to ones near your home.
Many people will have registered for a vaccine appointment already, but those people can still attend these new walk-in clinics.
Registration can be done at the centres themselves, although the HSE says registering online in advance may speed up the process.
Anyone who has already registered online is asked to bring a photo ID with them to the vaccination centre.
However, those who haven’t registered will also need their PPS number, Eircode, phone number and email address to hand.
Anyone who gets their first dose at one of these centres will get an appointment for their second one via text message, at a centre close to their home address.
People are being asked to attend the vaccination centre alone, and to not bring any children along.
On Newstalk Breakfast, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly confirmed anyone attending the walk-in centres will be offered either the Pfizer or Moderna jabs.
He said: “Anyone over the age of 16... can just walk in.”
He said it doesn't matter if someone has already registered for a jab via the vaccine portal - they can still attend the new centre if they haven't had their first dose yet.