Who is eligible to book an appointment right now?
You can book an appointment now if you are 16 years old or older.
If you are younger than that, you still have to wait a while. The order of vaccination is based on age. Oldest first, youngest last.
When it's your turn, you’ll be able to see it on this website.
Make an appointment for vaccination
Have you not been vaccinated yet? Call and make an appointment at your health care centre.
You don’t need a Swedish social security number for making an appointment.
You can make an appointment digitally at some health care centres. Book through the e-services of the health care centre. The e-services are only available in Swedish. You must have an e-ID in order to use these e-services, such as a bank ID.
How to log in to 1177.se (The text is only available in Swedish.)
Get vaccinated at the same unit both times
You must vaccinate yourself twice. Otherwise you won’t have enough protection against COVID-19.
Get vaccinated at the same vaccination unit both times.
Did you get the first vaccine at a vaccination unit that previously provided vaccination for Region Skåne? If the answer is yes, you have to make your second vaccination appointment there as well.
Vaccination for children
Do you have a child who is between 12 and 15 years old?
In this case, the child will be vaccinated starting this autumn.
If you are a student from another country
Do you live in another country, but are going to study at a university or college in Skåne? If the answer is yes, you have the option to get vaccinated in Skåne.
Book an appointment by calling one of these vaccination units:
If you have any allergies
Almost anyone with an allergy can make an appointment at their health care centre.
Have you previously been hospitalized for your allergy? Or have you been diagnosed with systemic macrocytosis or hereditary angioedema?
If so, make an appointment and get vaccinated here:
If you are taking blood-thinning medication
Are you taking blood thinning medicine?
If so, you might need to take your medication at a different time than usual. That will reduce the risk of problems with bleeding.
You can read more here:
Make a new appointment if you get ill
Cancel the booking if you are feeling unwell. For example, if you have a fever.
Contact the vaccination unit in order to make a new appointment.
Which vaccine do I get?
You can’t choose the vaccine yourself. You get the vaccine that’s available at the vaccination unit.
The vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna are used in Skåne.
Prepare for your vaccination
- Bring some form of ID with you when you’re going to be vaccinated. This could be, for example, an ID card, driver's license or passport.
- Try to wear clothes with short sleeves. This makes it easier for the nurse to give you the syringe in your arm.
- Arrive at the vaccination unit at the time that’s been booked for you. Don’t come too early. There might be a queue, and if so, that increases the risk of spreading Covid-19.
- You receive the vaccine by an injection in one arm.
- Stay at the unit for 15 minutes afterwards. The staff will then see how you feel after the vaccination.
You can read more here:
If you are under 18 years of age
Are you between 16 and 17 years old? Then you can most likely decide for yourself whether you want to be vaccinated.
But it’s not always possible. For example, if you don’t understand the information about the vaccine. In such case, your guardian will have to approve the vaccination. Your guardian is usually your parent or both parents.
The staff at the vaccination unit will give you a form to take home. Your guardian will need to sign the form. You can then book a new time and get vaccinated.