The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) is launching a new website registration that will allow citizens and residents to register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The new online registration form is available starting this Sunday, 17 January, and allows people who meet the requirements for priority groups to request an appointment to receive the vaccine.

COVID-19 eligibilityAccording to the latest update from MoPH, priority categories are initially classified in two groups. People who are not among the priority categories currently listed can also register their desire to receive the vaccine and their details will be saved by MoPH. They will be sent a notification as soon as they become eligible for the vaccine in the future.

In order to use the service, Qatari nationals and residents will need to log in using their National Authentication System (NAS) Tawtheeq username and password. If you don’t have a NAS account, you can create one through You can also reset your password here, in case you forgot your NAS account credentials.

As of this week, COVID-19 vaccines will be available in 27 health centres and MoPH is urging all people 60 years and older, as well as people with severe chronic diseases, to take the vaccine.

Qatar received the first batch of COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNtech in December, making the vaccine available and free-of-charge to all citizens and residents. Another vaccine from Moderna is expected to arrive in the coming weeks. Read more here.

Second Group

Teachers and adults over 50 years old are eligible for the second group of COVID-19 vaccination, according to the latest update from MoPH. If you qualify in any one of the first two groups, the registration process will take you to a screen where you can choose the health centre and also select three preferred dates and time slots. Please note that the health centre you choose is not guaranteed unless you receive a confirmation notification on your email.

  • 50 to 59 years old
  • Teachers
  • Any healthcare worker and essential worker
  • Adults (any age) with medical conditions that put them at higher risk of having severe disease

For updates and more information, visit the MoPH website.

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