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New recommendations for Covid-19 vaccination apply from 1 March 2023 to 29 February 2024.
If you are 80 years or older, or if you live in special housing for the elderly
- The recommendation is that you should take two booster doses of vaccine, one this spring and one in the autumn.
- Six months must pass before your appointment for the second dose in the autumn.
- A letter will be sent home to you with a pre-booked appointment for the two doses. If you live in special housing for the elderly, you will receive your doses at home.
If you are 65–79 years, or if you are 18 years or older and belong to an at-risk group
- The recommendation is that you should take one booster dose. Make an appointment ahead of the 2023 autumn and winter season.
- If you like, you can be vaccinated twice. Then make an appointment to receive a dose this spring as well. There must be six months between doses.
If you are 50–64 years
- The recommendation is that you should take one booster dose. Make an appointment ahead of the 2023 autumn and winter season. At least nine months must have passed since your most recent dose.
If you are 18–49 years
- For those aged 18–49 years, there is no recommendation to take a booster dose during the 12-month period.
- The recommendation to receive basic vaccination consisting of three doses ceases to apply on 1 March. However, those wishing to take three doses of vaccine will still be able to do so. Possible grounds for doing that include personal reasons such as living close to an older person or a person belonging to an at-risk group.
Do not make an appointment if you:
- Were vaccinated less than 7 days ago (does not apply to influenza vaccines for persons older than 18 years).
How to make an appointment
Making an appointment via 1177.se
You make an appointment by selecting a vaccination clinic and logging in using electronic ID.
Making an appointment for yourself
Making an appointment by phone
The vaccination appointment service can assist you with making an appointment by calling 021-481 87 00, open on weekdays between 08:00-16:30.
Making an appointment withtout a swedish social security number
You can make an appointment even if you do not have a swedish social security number.
- If you have a LMA-number or a temporary number (reservnummer) you may call the vaccination appointment service at 021-481 87 00 on weekdays between 08:00-16:30.
- If you do not have a LMA- or a temporary number (reservnummer), you can get one by calling Råby vårdcentral och asylhälsa at 021-17 60 00. Once you have obtained a temporary number, you can make an appointment for vaccination by calling 021-481 87 00, open weekdays between 08:00-16:30.
Appointment for the second dose
You make an appointment for the second dose by yourself through 1177.se or by calling 021-481 87 00. There should be 4-12 weeks between the doses.
How to change or cancel an appointment
Cancel/change the appointment for dose 1
Those who have received a notice or made an appointment over the telephone with the vaccination appointment service
If you received your appointment through a notice or made an appointment with the vaccination appointment service, you cancel or change your appointment by selecting the vaccination clinic your appointment refers to. Click to select cancellation/change of appointment and then log in using electronic ID to find your appointment.
Those who have made an appointment themselves via 1177.se
If you made your vaccination appointment yourself via 1177.se, you may log in using electronic ID to find your appointment.
Cancelling or changing an appointment for those lacking electronic ID
If you have no electronic ID, you may cancel or change your appointment by calling the vaccination appointment service at 021-481 87 00. Open on weekdays 08:00-16:30.
Cancel/Change the appointment for dose 2
You can cancel or alter the appointment booked for your vaccination at your chosen vaccination station.
Things to keep in mind ahead of your visit
The checklist below includes what you need to keep in mind when you come to be vaccinated.
- You can only make an appointment for yourself.
- You must bring a valid identification document. If you do not have a Swedish social security number you need a temporary number (reservnummer) or a co-ordination number (samordningsnummer).
- Do not come to the clinic unless you are free of cold symptoms. Otherwise change your appointment.
- When you are being vaccinated, you must hand in a completed health declaration. Print it out even today, fill it in and bring it with you to your appointment. If you are unable to print the health declaration yourself, we will give you a copy to fill in at the clinic. Please bring your own pen if you can.
- Wear easily removable clothes on your upper body so that you can easily have the injection made in your upper arm.
- Eat or drink something before your appointment.
Chat online with the health-care services
Recieve advice and answers regarding how you feel and what your symptoms are. You cannot make an appointment for vaccination via the chat
The online chat is open every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Always call 112 in case of an acutely life-threatening condition.