The Irish have been told that they are not eligible for free prescription medication.
But this could change in the next couple of weeks.
The Department of Health says the free medication is available for some under-60s.
This is just a preview of what will be on offer for a whole range of age groups.
The free medication will be available in pharmacies throughout the country, including in Dublin, the North, Limerick and Galway.
The department has also confirmed that some pharmacies are currently running out of the medication.
It is also worth noting that the free prescription drug is not for sale to the public.
This means that you are not getting it from a pharmacy.
It does however mean that it is only available for use by under-55s.
This does not include children under 12.
We can now all look forward to a better day for the Irish.