- Stavanger municipality is offering coronavirus vaccine to its city’s residents, free of charge.
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Vaccine against coronavirus
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- Vaccination against coronavirus is a part of the regular vaccination program.
- The coronavirus vaccine is free and voluntary.
- Because this is considered a highly contagious disease, it is recommended that all those who can, take the vaccine.
- The vaccine is administered in two doses, with an interval of a few weeks.
- Vaccination is not recommended for children and adolescents under 18 years of age or for pregnant women.
The three phases of vaccination in Stavanger
Phase 1: Residents of retirement and nursing homes have been vaccinated at the institution during week nr. 1 to 7.
Phase 2: Priority groups (residents over 65 years of age and those with underlying diseases) were vaccinated by their GP (fastlege) from week 4 onwards.
- GPs will call in patients who are 85 years or older.
- Other patients will be contacted by telephone or notified in another way by their GP when it is their turn.
- Check the GP’s website for information regarding the vaccinations.
Phase 3: Mass vaccination of the remaining population (ages 18–64).
- This is on going. Keep updated through the municipality’s website for more information regarding the mass vaccination.
If you do not have a GP in Stavanger or are temporarily staying in the municipality
If you are in a priority group, call the vaccination office at 51 91 33 33 and you will be put on a list and contacted when it is your turn. If you are not in a priority group, you will be vaccinated in connection with the mass vaccination. Keep updated through the municipality’s website for information regarding the start of mass vaccination.