In order to face the upcoming autumn with confidence, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated before the beginning of the school year. If you get your first dose now, you can have full immunity in September.
Vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones and ensure that we can keep our society as open as possible in spite of infection rates.
As infection rates increase and more restrictions are implemented, being vaccinated will give you more freedom and simplify your everyday activities – a vaccinated person does not have to self-isolate if they come into contact with someone COVID positive, can travel more easily and attend events without testing.
Anyone aged 12 and up can get vaccinated. Immunity from vaccination will last at least a year. A digital certificate will be given to vaccinated people in the EU which will also remain valid for at least a year and can be used when travelling and attending events.
Those who have had COVID-19 can get their vaccine four to six months after recovering and only need to get one dose as of now.
You must take your ID with you to the vaccination appointment. If you feel sick or are in self-isolation due to having come into contact with someone COVID positive, you must postpone your vaccination. If you are under 18, you must have a parent or legal guardian accompany you to your vaccination appointment.
You can also get vaccinated without preregistration in some counties.
How can I get the vaccine?
The easiest way is to call the helpline 1247 for information about the closest vaccination points and to immediately book your appointment. You can also receive information about vaccination events to which you do not have to preregister.