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 vaccina.se, 1177.se or contact your clinic for more information.
There are currently two mRNA vaccine and one protein based vaccine available in Sweden.
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).
It is free of charge to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
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.
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