We are currently vaccinating against Covid-19 in the current phase in collaboration with the Stockholm Region. You can find information about who is being vaccinated and how to book an appointment here.
Last updated: 2021-05-11
People who are over 50 years, born in 1971 or earlier, can get vaccinated at a vaccination unit. This applies regardless if you belong to a risk group or not. The oldest will be prioritized first. You do not need to be listed with Kry to be vaccinated at the following locations:
You can book an appointment via the app Alltid öppet. If you do not have the opportunity to book digitally, you can call and book an appointment on telephone number 08–428 429 30. Read more about how to proceed at1177.se (information is available in Swedish).
To minimize the risk of vaccine doses being wasted, you can now sign up for our waiting list. We will contact you if a vaccination slot becomes available. This applies to our vaccination units in Rinkeby and Nacka Strand.
If you are offered a vaccine, we will call you at the telephone number you provide. It is important that you can get to the unit at short notice, preferably within 15 minutes.
Do not go to the vaccination unit if you have not been contacted by us. We do not have drop-in. You will only be offered vaccine if you have been contacted by us.
We are currently vaccinating those born in 1962–2003 and those who belong to a risk group. You must also be registered at Kry Vårdcentral Gallerian, Kry Vårdcentral Sibyllegatan or Kry Vårdcentral Sickla.
You will not get a vaccination time faster by listing with us, instead contact the health center you belong to and they will help you.
Those registered at Kry Vårdcentral Vallentuna will receive a letter with information on how to book an appointment. Read more here.
We will not be vaccinating in phase 4 at our healthcare centres in Stockholm. We refer you to our vaccination units in Rinkeby and Nacka Strand.
Those who belong to a risk group can book a time in our app or here on the website, at the healthcare centre where you are registered.
We will check that you belong to a risk group when you come to the healthcare centre. So make sure that your diagnosis is visible in your medical records at 1177.se. Otherwise, bring something else that certifies that you belong to a risk group.
You can call your healthcare centre and book an appointment if you belong to a risk group and do not have BankID or the technical means to book via the app.
The following applies to you if you have one of the following illnesses or conditions:
It is free of charge to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Do you want to find out where you are registered/which healthcare centre you belong to? If you have chosen Kry as your healthcare centre, you can see this in the Kry app or by logging in to 1177 using BankID.