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Vaccination against Covid-19

In partnership with Vaccina, we offer Covid-19 vaccinations in several regions. Doses 1, 2,3 and 4 are free of charge. The way you book your vaccination may vary between regions, and different regions may currently be vaccinating different groups. Visit, or contact your clinic for more information.

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Region-specific information

Covid-19 vaccination in Stockholm
Get vaccinated against Covid-19 at one of our Kry clinics, or with Vaccina in Vasastan.
Read more about vaccination in Stockholm
Västra Götaland
Covid-19 vaccination in Västra Götaland
Get vaccinated against Covid-19 with Vaccina.
Read more about vaccination in Västra Götaland
Covid-19 vaccination in Skåne
Visit or contact your clinic to book your Covid-19 vaccination.
Read more about vaccination in Skåne

Vaccines and their levels of protection

There are currently two mRNA vaccine and one protein based vaccine available in Sweden.

  • Comirnaty from Pfizer: is given to people 12 years or older. Protective effect of 95% after 3 or 4 doses depending on age, taken 3-7 weeks apart.
  • Spikevax from Moderna: is given to people 31 years or older. Protective effect of 94.5% after 3 or 4 doses depending on age, taken 4-7 weeks apart.
  • Nuvaxovid from Novavax: is given to people 18 years and older. The vaccine is currently not recommended if you are pregnant. The first two doses are given at approximately three-week intervals and are followed by a booster dose (dose 3) three months later. To date, the vaccine has shown a protective effect of 90% after two doses.

Astra Zenacas vaccine will no longer be provided to any region in Sweden from first of September 2021. People over 65 who have not taken their first dose will be given either Pfizer/BioNTech's or Moderna's vaccine instead.

The vaccine is given as an injection in the upper arm, and maximum protective effect is achieved 1 week after the last dose. Redness and local tenderness at the site of the injection are normal. Headaches and muscle and joint pain can also occur. More information about the coronavirus vaccine can be found on the Swedish Medical Products Agency's website läkemedelsverkets website (Swedish).

Why should I get vaccinated against Covid-19?
Our infection specialist, Annette Alaeus, answers frequently asked questions about the vaccine and tells us more about side effects.
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How much does it cost to get vaccinated?

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

When not to get vaccinated

Here is the current advice on when not to get vaccinated: – You should not get vaccinated if you have been given any other vaccine in the last 7 days. – Contact our nursing team if you are hypersensitive or have previously had an anaphylactic shock. In some cases, they may need to refer to you to a specialist allergy clinic for your vaccination.

Common questions about Covid-19 vaccination

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About the vaccine

After the vaccination

Side effects

Levels of protection

About the vaccine

After the vaccination

Side effects

Levels of protection

This page is continuously updated.

We reserve the right to make any changes based on the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten). You always find up-to-date information on their website.

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