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Vaccination against Covid-19 in Stockholm

We are currently vaccinating against Covid-19 in the current phase in collaboration with the Stockholm Region. You can find information about which age groups are being vaccinated right now and how to book an appointment here.

This page is updated continually. More information about vaccination in Stockholm can be found on the region’s website (in Swedish).

Last updated: 2021-10–06

Do you have questions about covidbeviset?

On July 1, the covid certificate was launched which means you can download your vaccination certificate. Click here to collect your vaccination certificate (In Swedish).

For those born in 2005 or earlier (phase 4):

Vaccination at our vaccination units

People who are born 2005 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 prioritised first. You do not need to be registered with Kry to be vaccinated at the following locations:

  • Kry Vaccination Unit Rinkeby (Bredbyskolan, Bredbyplan 36, Spånga).
  • Kry Vaccination unit Nacka Strand (Nacka Strandmässan, Cylindervägen 3, Nacka Strand).

Book an appointment via Alltid öppet

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.

We offer a drop-in service at our units 09:30–16:00 Monday-Friday.

Young people aged 16-18 years

Everyone born in 2005 or earlier is now being offered vaccination. The purpose of vaccinating from the age of 16 is primarily to protect young people against the disease, but also to further reduce the spread of infection in society.

In order to vaccinate young people born in 2005-2004, consent from one legal guardian is required or the child must be deemed to be sufficiently mature to make the decision about vaccination themselves. As the legal guardian, you can either accompany your child to the vaccination unit and give your consent or sign a consent form that your child can take with them and show at the vaccination appointment. You can sign and print the consent form here (in Swedish).

Read more on 1177 (in Swedish)

Information about Moderna's vaccine for people born 1991 and later

The Swedish Public Health Agency has decided to pause the use of Moderna's vaccine Spikevax for everyone born 1991 and later. The cause is an increased risk of side effects.

  • If you belong to the age group and have received one dose, you must wait until more information is available, most likely in December. There is currently not a clearly increased risk of side effects after the first dose and you have a strong protection against serious illness after one dose.
  • If you belong to the age group and have received two doses, do not worry. The risk for side effects are increasing after dose two, but are still very small.
  • If you belong to the age group and are waiting for your first dose, you will be given Pfizer's vaccine.

Read more at the Public Health Agency (In Swedish).

Who is included in phase 4?

  • Adults aged 18 to 59 who have not been vaccinated in previous phases. The oldest will be prioritised first.
  • Everyone born in 2005 or earlier is now being offered vaccination against Covid-19.

Those belonging to a risk group (phase 3):

We are still vaccinating those who are registered with Kry and born in 1956 or earlier, or those who are registered with Kry and belong to a risk group.

If you belong to this group and wish to get vaccinated – call your health care center

Kry Vårdcentral Gallerian: 08-121 577 00
Kry Vårdcentral Sibyllegatan: 08-121 595 00 Kry Vårdcentral Sickla: 08-121 594 00

You can call your health care center to book a time if you have a protected identity.

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.

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.

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.

How to book dose 2

  • If you received dose 1 at a vaccination unit, you will receive a text when it is your turn to book dose 2. You can book an time via the app Alltid öppet or via telephone number [08-428 429 30] (tel: 0842842930).
  • If you received dose 1 at a healthcare centre before 10th of May, your dose 2 should have been booked when you were given the first dose.
  • If you received dose 1 at a healthcare centre 10th of May or later, you must book a time for dose 2 at a vaccination unit via the app Alltid öppet or via telephone number [08-428 429 30] (tel: 0842842930). You will receive a text when it is your turn to book a time.

Time between dose 1 and dose 2

How long it will take between dose 1 and dose 2 depends on which vaccine you have received and which group you belong to.

  • Pfizer / BioNTech

Given at the earliest 4 weeks after the first dose.

  • Moderna

Given at the earliest 4 weeks after the first dose.

Read more on 1177.se.

Information about dose 3

The Public Health Agency of Sweden has decided that a third dose of vaccine should be given to people 80 years or older.

The following groups are recommended a third dose:

  • People born 1941 or earlier.
  • People living in special housing (SÄBO).
  • People with home care decided by the municipality.
  • People with home health care.

At present, only Pfizer/BioNTech's vaccine is offered and it must have been at least six months since dose 2.

Book a time for dose 3

  • If you are born 1941 or earlier, book an appointment via the app Always open or by calling: 08–428 429 30. This applies regardless of whether you have home care or not.
  • If you live at SÄBO, you will be vaccinated at your accommodation.
  • If you have home care and are younger than 80 years (born 1942 or later), you will receive a letter sent home which you must bring with you at the time of vaccination to prove you belong to the priority group.
  • If you have home health care, you will be contacted by your healthcare centre.

Read more at 1177.se (in Swedish).

Who is included in phase 3 and what are the risk groups?

  • People aged 60–64 with a disease or condition that puts them at increased risk of severe Covid-19 (see below).
  • People aged 60–64.
  • People aged 18–59, including those who are pregnant, with a disease or condition that puts them at increased risk of severe Covid-19 (see below), and those who are pregnant and older than 35 or with a BMI over 30.
  • People with a condition that makes it difficult for them to follow infection control recommendations. Examples include people with dementia, people with cognitive or psychological disabilities, or people living in socially vulnerable conditions.

Risk groups

The following applies to you if you have one of the following illnesses or conditions:

  • chronic cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke and hypertension
  • chronic lung diseases, such as COPD or severe and difficult to control asthma
  • conditions that lead to impaired lung function, impaired coughing force and secretion stagnation, such as severe obesity, neuromuscular diseases or multiple disabilities
  • chronic liver or kidney failure
  • type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • conditions involving a severely weakened immune system as a result of illness or treatment
  • Down's syndrome
  • Bipolar disease
  • Schizophrenia.

Where you can get vaccinated

Keep up-to-date about Covid vaccination in Stockholm

Fill in your email address below and we will send you more information by email. You will receive updates about the vaccination process and how to book an appointment. Remember that you sign up to Kry’s newsletter by filling in your email address.

How much does it cost to get vaccinated?

It is free of charge to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

How do I know which healthcare centre I belong to?

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.

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We reserve the right to make any changes based on the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden.

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