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Coronavirus vaccination

Where can I get a vaccination?

According to current recommendations, a corona vaccination is recommended. Please talk to your family doctor about this, or get information at a vaccination centre near you.

Can I get vaccinated if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

Any recommendation must be based on good data, which is not yet available at this time.

However, doctors can discuss with pregnant women whether a vaccination may be appropriate. This is an individual decision to be made jointly by the pregnant woman and her doctor. The same applies to breastfeeding women.

After a risk-benefit analysis and extensive medical counselling, pregnant women with pre-existing conditions resulting in a high risk of severe COVID-19 disease, or with an increased risk of exposure due to their life circumstances, can be offered immunization with an mRNA vaccine starting in the second trimester (Federal Center for Health Education [BZgA]).

Please present a doctor's note certifying that you may safely receive the vaccine at your appointment.

What can I do if I don't feel well after vaccination?

If you experience side effects or feel unwell as a result of the vaccination, you can call in sick. If you are sick for more than three calendar days, you must provide a doctor's note.

(01/31/2023)