The latest information about City of Turku COVID-19 vaccinations will be updated on this page. (Updated 10.10.2022)

The Satakunnantie vaccination reception is open:

  • Monday–Friday from 8:45 to 15:15


One appointment is sufficient for the vaccination of one person only.


Through the City of Turku COVID-19 vaccination helpline, tel. +358 2 266 0159 (open Mon-Fri between 8 am and 2 pm)


If you cannot make it to your appointment and it must be cancelled, there are two ways to do so:

Through eTerveyspalvelut no later than 24 hours before the appointment. Cancellation of the appointment is below the appointment.


After cancelling the appointment, you can book a new appointment online through eTerveyspalvelut or through the City of Turku COVID-19 vaccination helpline

More information:

  • Coronavirus helpline, tel 02 266 2714 (Helpline serves from Mon to Thu 8:00–15:00 and Fri 8:00–13:00)
  • The Health centres of Turku City joint number 02 266 1130.
  • The child health centre helpline 02 266 2223.

Vaccination News

  • The new variant customized Comirnaty Original/Omicron BA.1 and BA.4–5 vaccines are in use in booster vaccinations. All previously used vaccines are still available, if the customer wants to choose a vaccine they have taken before as booster vaccine.
  • The fourth vaccinations are ongoing for medical risk groups of everyone aged 18 and for those over 60 years old
  • Vaccination times to Satakunnantie vaccination reception can be booked via eTerveyspalvelut (Sign in: or through the City of Turku COVID-19 vaccination helpline, tel. +358 2 266 0159 (open Mon-Fri between 8 am and 2 pm)
  • Fifth coronavirus vaccinations in Turku: the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) recommends new booster doses, that is, fifth coronavirus vaccine doses, for those aged 12 or over whose immune system is severely weakened. Read more: Fifth coronavirus vaccinations in Turku
  • According to the new guidelines issued by THL (9 August 2022), having had the disease still replaces one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, i.e. if you have been vaccinated 3 times and have had the coronavirus disease at some point of the pandemic, you do not need the 4th vaccine. 

    As the influenza vaccinations start in October and November, the number of previous vaccines will no longer be counted. Instead, everyone aged over 65, people in medical risk groups aged over 18, and people with severe immune deficiencies aged over 12 are recommended to get the coronavirus vaccine together with the influenza vaccine. A booster can be administered if 3 months have passed since the previous vaccination. 

Vaccination sites

Satakunnantie vaccination reception:

The Satakunnantie vaccination reception is open:

  • Monday–Friday from 8:45 to 15:15

Vaccinations are given both with and without an appointment at Satakunnantie. Vaccination appointments can be booked online through eTerveyspalvelut (Sign in: or through the coronavirus helpline (tel. +358 (0)2 266 2714, Mon–Thu 8:00–15:00 and Fri 8:00–13:00.)

Vaccinations for children aged 5–11 are given at Satakunnantie vaccination reception 

Vaccinations for children are given at Satakunnantie vaccination receptioncentre every weekday without advance booking.

  • Monday-Friday from 8:45 to 15:15, Satakunnantie vaccination receptioncentre, Satakunnantie 105

Read more: Coronavirus vaccinations for children

What do I have to take into consideration when I arrive to the vaccination?

  • Only come for your vaccination if you are well.
  • Maintain good hand hygiene.
  • The use of a facemask is recommended.
  • Bring your Kela card with you.
  • Wear a shirt that you can easily take off.
  • Be prepared to stay at the vaccination site for approximately 15 minutes after vaccination.

Safety measures against coronavirus must continue even after vaccination

  • After vaccination, the customer receives patient instructions on what to do after vaccination and who to contact in case of problems.  
  • At the time of the first dose, the patient is informed about the timing of the second dose.
  • Even after you have been vaccinated, it is important to keep a safety distance, wear a mask, take care of hand and coughing hygiene and follow other regulations to prevent the spreading of coronavirus.

Further information about coronavirus vaccinations: 

How vaccinations will proceed in Turku

Finnish institute for health and welfare (THL) publishes on their website the COVID-19 vaccination coverage statistics by age group in Turku. The contents source is the Vaccination registry at THL. The age and home municipality of vaccinated persons are derived from the current situation and vaccination coverage is estimated based on the latest population information.
Read more: Vaccination coverage (%) per age group in Turku