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Vaccination

The vaccination center of the city of Magdeburg has started its work on February 1st, 2021 and offers appointments for the first vaccination. Currently people aged 80 and over who are registered in Magdeburg can sign up for vaccination.

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The vaccination against COVID-19 is a so-called twofold vaccination. This means that a second vaccination at another appointment has to take place to ensure a complete vaccination protection. The appointment for the necessary second vaccination is allocated on site at Magdeburg vaccination center after the first vaccination.

The appointment allocation for the first vaccination takes place exclusively online via the vaccination portal of the city of Magdeburg.

Please plan approximately one hour for the vaccination appointment. Besides the examination of the vaccination entitlement, a consultation and a post-vaccination examination of the patients‘ well-being will be carried out. 

Please note

Inside the vaccination center, strict hygiene rules are in place. Patients are required to wash their hands and to wear a face mask during the whole process. To avoid unnecessary contacts, it is mandatory to keep the appointments. 

Appointment booking
(Attention – activation only after the arrival of further vaccination doses)

Information sheet: The execution of your Corona Vaccination Process on site

Information on Magdeburg vaccination center in عربي (Arabisch) | Français (Französisch) | دری / فارسی  (Dari/Farsi) | Polski (Polnisch) | Русский (Russisch)

Information sheet for vaccination against COVID-19 by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) in several languages

Order of vaccination

The criteria for the order of vaccination are defined by the standing vaccine commission (STIKO). The final examination of your entitlement to a corona vaccination takes place on site at the vaccination center, exhibition center (Messegelände) Magdeburg, hall 3.

The following people have the highest priority entitlement to a vaccination:

  1. People over 80 years of age (verification: ID card or other type of photo ID attesting the place of residence or permanent address)
  2. People who are cared for in stationary treatment facilities or care facilities for elderly and care-dependent people (verification: certificate of the facility)
  3. People working in stationary treatment or care facilities for elderly and care-dependent people (verification: ID card or other type of photo ID and a certificate of the facility)
  4. People who regularly treat and look after elderly and care-dependent people within the scope of mobile care services (verification: ID card or other type of photo ID and a certificate of the facility)
  5. People working in areas of medical facilities with a high risk of exposure to Coronavirus. This includes in particular:
    • Intensive care units
    • Emergency departments
    • Rescue services
    • Providers for specialized mobile palliative care
    • Corona vaccination centers
    • Areas, in which aerosol generating procedures relevant for an infection with Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 are carried out (e.g. intubation and extubation, bronchoscopy, laryngoscopy)

(verification: ID card or other type of photo ID and a certificate of the facility or the company)

6. People in medical facilities who regularly treat or care for other people with a very high risk of severe or fatal disease progression after an infection with Coronavirus. This particularly refers to the following facilities:

  • Oncology
  • Transplantation medicine (including coordinators at the coordination unit following paragraph 11 of the organ transplant law)

(verification: ID card or other type of photo ID and a certificate of the facility or the company)

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