Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get an appointment for vaccination?
To do this, please click on the area RESERVE AN APPOINTMENT NOW. Then choose between: Booster Vaccination and First and Second Vaccination. The available times will be shown to you in the registration process. You can select a time slot and confirm it. After that you will receive an SMS and an email. In it is QR code, which please bring with you to the vaccination appointment.
When will I receive my appointment confirmation via SMS/email?
You will receive an appointment confirmation immediately after you have completed the booking process by email and by SMS to your cell phone or email inbox.
What do I need to bring to the vaccination appointment?
You will receive necessary documents (a medical history form, a vaccine education form, and a consent form) when you make your reservation, and please PRINT THEM OUT, FILL THEM IN, and BRING THEM TO THE VACCINATION APPOINTMENT IN TWO FOLD. If you do not have the opportunity to print them out, you can fill them out on the spot. In this case, please be at the check-in 15 minutes prior to your vaccination appointment. In addition, please bring your immunization record and identification card.
May I also come to you with symptoms?
Unfortunately, you are NOT allowed to come to the vaccination site with symptoms. In this case, please consult your family doctor immediately, always wear a professional mask and keep your distance from everyone!
How can I cancel or change an appointment beforehand?
After confirming the appointment, you have the option to cancel this appointment via a link (below the QR code). In case of rebooking, please rebook the desired appointment and cancel the original appointment.
Why should I get vaccinated?
Vaccination against COVID-19 protects against contracting the disease yourself and also protects against passing the virus to others. In the case of COVID19 infection, serious complications of the lungs and other organs can occur. These can also lead to death, especially in older persons. Booster vaccination completes the vaccine protection and leads to a stable protective response for a longer period of time. In principle, regular booster vaccinations can be expected.
Which vaccine is vaccinated?
The vaccines vaccinated are Biontech/Pfizer (Comirnaty) and Moderna (Spikevax). These are mRNA vaccines, these vaccines protected against infection with COVID-19 with the highest efficacy and with very low side effects. For medical reasons, persons between 18 and 30 years of age will receive the Biontech vaccine. For other individuals, vaccine selection is based on availability; there is no individual choice.
Who can be vaccinated/boosted?
- All persons 12 years of age and older may be boostered. - For booster vaccination, the interval from the last vaccination must be at least three months. - Persons with common allergies (for example, hay fever, food or food allergies). - All persons without complications related to the first/second vaccination. - Pregnant women from the second trimester of pregnancy. - First and second vaccinations can be given at age 12 and older. The interval between first and second vaccination is 3-6 weeks for Biontech and 4-6 weeks for Moderna.
Who cannot be vaccinated?
- Persons who are acutely ill with COVID-19 or have another acute infection with fever. - Persons who have been ill with COVID-19 and in whom the infection occurred less than 6 months ago. - Individuals with complications following initial/secondary vaccination and serious adverse events from previous vaccinations for other reasons.
What documents do I need for vaccination?
Identity card, vaccination certificate and signed informed consent form or informed consent form in case of first vaccination.
What is the vaccination procedure?
Are side effects expected?
Vaccination stimulates processes in the body that can trigger symptoms. These are vaccination effects and do not count as side effects. Pain at the injection site for one to two days is often reported. There may also be fatigue and mild exhaustion within 24 hours.
What to do after vaccination
Athletic exertion and drinking alcohol should be avoided for 24 hours after vaccination. In case of discomfort, preparations such as ibuprofen or paracetamol can be taken to relieve the symptoms.