Collective information about COVID-19

Vaccination against COVID-19 in Kronoberg

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Everyone aged 18 or older can book a booster dose against Covid-19. Receive your booster dose to protect yourself against serious illness, especially if you are aged 65 or older, or have a heightened risk of becoming seriously ill. The vaccination is free of charge and voluntary. At least four months need to have passed since your last booster dose.

Book an appointment for vaccination at any of the health centres in the county

Appointments for vaccinations can be booked at any of the health centres in the county. This is primarily done by using the e-services at To log in at you need to have a Swedish personnummer and a digital ID, either BankID or Freja eID Plus.

If you do not have access to digital services, lack a Swedish personnummer or are having difficulties with the Swedish language, call 0470-58 60 00 to book an appointment.

Via the link below you can see where there are avalible appointments at the moment. Once you have selected a health center, you will come to the login page.



Booster dose autumn 2022

If you are 18 years or older you can book a booster dose against Covid-19. Note! It must have been at least four months since your last dose.

You who pertain to the age group 18-64 is not recommended to further boost your vaccination level after receiving the basic vaccination and one booster dose (i. e. three doses) but if you wish you will be able to receive an additional booster dose.)

COVID-19 certificate

Look up when you received your second dose of vaccine
You are required to account when the last vaccination was administered before you receive your booster dose. That information is available by;

You who are 12-18-years-old

Change in recommendations

Starting at 1 November children between the ages of 12-17 years old are no longer recommended Covid-19 vaccination. The change in recommendations is due to the continuous changes in the virus, making the level of illness in children increasingly lenient. With that development the extra protection against serious illness given by receiving the vaccine is no longer necessary.

Important information before receiving your COVID-19 vaccination

  • The vaccine is administered by two doses per person. The second dose will be given 4-5 weeks after you receive the first dose. The second dose is booked at the first vaccination appointment. 
  • If you cannot make your appointed time, you need to change it or cancel it beforehand. Otherwise you will be debited for the appointment.
  • If you experience cold symptoms, even very mild ones, you need to change your appointed time for vaccination.
  • Make sure you arrive at the Health care Centre close in time to your appointment in order not to have to sit and wait for long with other people. Keep your distance to others during your stay at the Centre.
  • Preferably dress in clothes that make easy access to your upper arm to aid the staff administering the vaccine.
  • Keep your ID easily accessible.
  • Depending on the kind of vaccine you receive, you might need to stay for 15 minutes after the vaccination to be monitored.

Unable to book a COVID-19 vaccination yourself?

Do you or someone around you not have access to digital tools? Or do you not have a Swedish personal ID number? Or do you have difficulties with the language?

The region has a telephone number where you can get help in booking an appointment.

  • Call 0470-58 60 00. If necessary, get help from a relative who can call in Swedish or English.
  • Leave your telephone number and indicate whether you need an interpreter.
  • We will call you back within one week.

Booking is done primarily online, and the times shown on the website are the ones available. We cannot help you if you are already booked in (for example, with rebooking) and would instead refer you to the vaccination site. We are not able to answer any medical questions.

Vaccination and health examination for persons from Ukraine

Refugees from Ukraine who wants to book an appointment for vaccination against COVID-19 and/or a health examination, can call 0470-52 39 00. When you call, please leave your telephone number and we call you back the same day. We speak Swedish and English. 

You who wants to help a person from Ukraine to book an appointment are also welcome to use this number.

Phone number: 0470-52 39 00

Be aware of fraudulent information

Region Kronoberg never ask you about our log in information or bank information. If someone calls you and ask for that information, hang up the phone and contact the police. 

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