What happens at the appointment?

Before you arrive

Get the following documents ready:

  • Your identity documents (ID card, resident permit)
  • If you have risk factors, the prescription from your doctor

Care at the National Vaccination Centre

On arrival at the National Vaccination Centre, you will be taken care of by the receptionist, who will carry out the usual checks, will give you the medical documentation and the forms to fill in and, if necessary, will arrange an appointment for your second dose.

You will then be directed to the "Doctors" waiting area, where you will be able to fill in the aforementioned documents, helped, if necessary, by the Centre's staff.

The doctor will then give you full information on the vaccine available and tell you whether you can be vaccinated, taking your medical history into account.

You will then be directed to the "vaccination" area and taken care of by a State-registered nurse, who will administer the vaccine.

After the injection

After the injection, you will be asked to wait for 15 minutes in the dedicated waiting area, so that the medical team can make sure that no undesirable side effects occur during this time.

After these 15 minutes, you can leave the National Vaccination Centre, once you have been given a signed vaccination certificate by the secretariat, which is situated by the exit.

Summary