Ten mobile teams have been out and about in the country since yesterday, initially vaccinating residents and employees in old people’s and nursing homes. With a delivery of several thousand vaccination doses, the corona vaccinations continue. Starting tomorrow, the first people from Schleswig-Holstein can get a vaccination appointment by phone or online for the nationwide vaccination centers.
Appointments possible by phone or website
For this, the state government has the central vaccination hotline of the Federal Ministry of Health 116 117 and the website www.impfen-sh.de provided. According to the prioritization of the Standing Vaccination Commission, there will be a registration procedure in which the requirements will be queried – for example, the date of birth, if it is about age. Corresponding documents as proof – such as the identity card – must then be presented at the vaccination appointment.
Nursing staff who work for inpatient care facilities or for outpatient care services, as well as employees of emergency services and people older than 80 years, can get vaccinated first. People over 80 years of age who are cared for at home and cannot go to the vaccination centers will be vaccinated at a later date – otherwise it is not possible in practice, according to the Ministry of Health.
Graduated procedure for vaccination
The vaccination is free for people, regardless of health insurance – the federal government bears the costs. If you want to clarify general questions, you can contact the citizen hotline on (0431) 797 000 01 – or by email [email protected]
The vaccination is made available to the population in a graduated procedure: In order to protect the particularly vulnerable groups, the Standing Vaccination Commission (STIKO) prioritization is recommended. There are staff in medical facilities and people with previous illnesses (**) in the foreground. The Robert Koch Institute has published the following table, which shows the levels of vaccination prioritization. The country has announced the population
- to inform through press releases and on social media which group is next and when.
- Residents of retirement and nursing homes
- People aged ≥ 80 years
- Personnel with a particularly high risk of exposure in medical facilities *
- Personnel in medical facilities with close contact with vulnerable groups *
- Nursing staff in outpatient and inpatient care for the elderly
All other persons aged <60 years
Further deliveries of vaccination doses in the coming days
The first mobile vaccination teams are out and about in old people’s and nursing homes – according to Günther, this could be a decisive contribution to containing the pandemic. more
“With the new vaccines we can now begin the long way out of the pandemic and step by step regain a piece of everyday life without restrictions, open the shops, go out to eat, welcome guests back to the north,” said the CDU politician on Monday be confident that with a hopefully last effort, significantly lower numbers of infections can be achieved again.
Vaccination centers will open in early January
As of January 4th, the 29 vaccination centers in the country will start operating as scheduled. Initially, a vaccination center is to go into operation per district and urban district: According to the state government, the first 15 facilities are ready to go. According to the information, the opening times are generally determined depending on the vaccine available; ideally, operation should be possible for ten hours, seven days a week – with the exception of public holidays. The following map shows the planned locations. Further information is available on the correspondingCountry website
. If you tap or click on the locations, you will find out the exact address.