We are vaccinating Turku schoolchildren, and students and young adults aged 12 to 29 and pregnant persons without appointments on 12. December.

What do I need to remember when I go to take the vaccine?

  • Come only if you are healthy
  • Keep safe distances and practice good hand hygiene
  • Use a face mask
  • Take an ID card or your Kela card with you
  • Wear a shirt that is easy to remove
  • After the vaccination you should be prepared to wait at the place of the vaccination for about 15 minutes.
  • Be prepared to wait for your turn if needed

 

We are vaccinating Turku schoolchildren, and students and young adults aged 12 to 29 and pregnant persons without appointments.

  • Sunday 12. December, 10:00–15:00 Turku Centre for Occupational Health, student health care, Hämeenkatu 10, 4th floor

The vaccination events are for vaccinating those seeking a first dose, and those who got their first dose at least six weeks ago.

It is important that those seeking a second dose should calculate correctly that at least six weeks have elapsed between the first and second doses, otherwise a second vaccination cannot be given at the vaccination site.

We are vaccinating with BioNTech-Pfizers Comirnaty or Modernas Spikevax

School pupils, please note the following:

  • The vaccine is voluntary. Discuss the vaccine with your parents or next of kin.
  • If you do not want to, or if you cannot decide on the vaccination alone, you need the consent of all of your guardians to be given the first vaccine. The City of Turku consent form for vaccination

If you take part in a pop-up vaccination event and you have a reservation elsewhere, for example, in school health care, student health care or the Turku coronavirus vaccination reception (Satakunnantie 105), please cancel your reservation when you have been given the vaccine. Reservations for school health care and student health care can be cancelled at the vaccination site. This helps us avoid duplicated reservations and offer the vaccination time that you have booked for someone else who needs it.