See who is being offered vaccination right now
At present, members of the following groups are offered vaccination:
- Those who have turned 12 years old can make an appointment for the first dose.
- Those who are born in 1956 or earlier can make an appointment for the third dose. Six months must have passed since the second dose.
- Those who have home help (hemtjänst) and home health-care (hemsjukvård) can make an appointment for the third dose. Six months must have passed since the second dose.
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).
- Are offered the third dose but were vaccinated with the second dose less than six months ago.
Vaccination of children and adolescents
Children 12-15 years old
Vaccination is carried out at vaccination clinics by appointment or on a drop-in basis. A legal guardian or other adult must accompany the child during the vaccination. The adult must be able to present a valid identification document if the child is unable to prove their identity.
A maturity assessment may be made of children aged 15 years or more who lack their legal guardians’ consent. This assessment is made to ensure that the young person understands what vaccination entails.
Information will be sent by post to legal guardians
A letter will soon be sent to the legal guardians of children aged 12–15 years with further information, a consent form and a health declaration.
Make an appointment at 1177.se or call the vaccination-appointments service
- Legal guardians make appointments for children who have turned 12.
- I you are 13–15 years old, you can make an appointment yourself on 1177.se. Then you need either BankID or Freja e-ID plus. Read here about how to get it. You can also call the vaccination-appointments service on 021-481 87 00 on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Children and adolescents 16-17 years old
Children and adolescents have the right to participate in making decisions about their own healthcare, vaccination against covid-19 is no exception. The health professionals at the vaccination clinic will make an individual assessment of whether or not the person can make descicions about their own healthcare. A maturity assessment is made to ensure that the young person understands what vaccination entails.
Children who have difficulty understanding oral and written information or difficulty following instructions need to be accompanied by a guardian to the vaccination clinic. If the child brings a completed consent form (samtyckesblankett), a guardian does not need to accompany the child.
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 as the legal guardian of children younger than 13 years
- Make an appointment as a representative
- The legal guardian logs in as themself.
- Select the representation function (“Agera ombud”) and the child’s name. This transfers you to the child’s start page.
- Choose to add a clinic. Enter the name of the location and the word "vaccinationmottagning" In the searchfield. Then a list of all clinics at that location will be shown.
- When making the appointment, select “Vaccin 12–15 år Pfizer”.
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 09:00-17:00.
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 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
- 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 09:00-17:00.
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 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cancel/Change the appointment for dose 2
You can cancel or alter the appointment booked for your vaccination at your chosen vaccination station.
Each vaccination clinic listed below are offering drop-in services for as long as doses are available for the day.
The clinics offer different drop-in times depending on how old you are.
The following applies
For dose 1
- The vaccine you will receive is determined by our access to vaccines.
For dose 2
- Go to the drop-in on the date the vaccination clinic offers the same type of vaccine you received at dose 1.
- At least four weeks should have passed since you had dose 1.
- If you have an appointment for dose 2, you will need to cancel it. You can do this yourself via 1177.se or when you attend for your vaccination.
Opening hours for drop-in services
Köping Byjordens vaccinationsmottagning
Byjordsgatan 1 C, Köping
- Monday-friday, 9-15 for children and adults (Pfizer and Moderna)
Västerås Prima Familjeläkarmottagning
Ansgars kyrka, Ansgars gränd 1, Pettersberg Västerås
- Thursday november 25, 9-16 for those born 1956 or earlier (Pfizer and Moderna)
- Thursday december 9, 13-16 for those born 1956 or earlier (Pfizer and Moderna)
Västerås Servicehälsan vaccinationssmottagning
Legeringsgatan 2, Västerås
- Wednesday november 24, 13:00-16:30 for children and adults (Pfizer)
- Thursday november 25, 13:00-16:30 for children and adults (Pfizer)
- Monday november 29, 13-15 for children and adults (Pfizer)
- Friday december 3, 10-12 for children and adults (Pfizer)
Vildrosgatan 2, Västerås
- Monday november 29, 15-17 for children and adults (Pfizer)
- Monday december 6, 15-17 for children and adults (Pfizer)
- Monday december 13, 15-17 for children and adults (Pfizer)
The Public Health Agency recommends that individuals at greater risk of serious Covid‑19 infection should be offered a additional dose of vaccine against the disease.
Those who live in housing for the elderly, have home help (hemtjänst) or home health-care (hemsjukvård) or are 80 years or older
It is recommended that you take the same vaccine as your previous doses. If you were given the Astra Zeneca vaccine, you may take any approved vaccine for your third dose.
- Those who have home help or home health-care, or are at least 80 years old, can make an appointment for vaccination at least six months after you received the second dose.
- Those who live in housing for the elderly, will be vaccinated at home.
Those who are unable to come to a vaccination clinic
- Those who have home health-care and are unable to come to a vaccination clinic, should contact the home health-care services.
- Those who do not have home health-care and are unable to come to a vaccination clinic, should contact the local health centre (vårdcentral).
Those who have a severely impaired immune system
If an additional dose is recommended for you, you will receive more information about how to make an appointment. You cannot make an appointment via 1177.se.
- Those who are being treated with rituximab will receive information about how to make an appointment in the form of a letter sent to their home.
- Those who are being treated with haemodialysis will receive information from their treating doctor.
- Those who have a severely impaired immune system will receive a letter with an appointment in their digital letterbox. Those who have not registered a digital letterbox will have a letter sent to their home.
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 or for your child(ren) who have not yet turned 13.
- 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.
- It is important that you come at the exact time to prevent queues from forming. You risk loosing your appointment if you arrive late.
- 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.
Read more about Covid‑19
Public Health Authority