Why get vaccinated and get a booster?

Because it helps to put the pandemic behind us!

Us. You. Everyone. The more people who get vaccinated and get their booster, the faster Bremen will become immune to the coronavirus, and the more freedom we can all enjoy once again. 

  • Being fully vaccinated and getting a booster increases immune protection to up to 95%.
  • The vaccinations and booster protect against severe illness, hospitalisation and death. 2)
  • People who are infected, but are fully vaccinated, are less infectious to other people.
  • The transmission rate is slowed down, so the virus can no longer spread as easily.

Learn more about booster vaccinations on the website of the Federal Centre for Health Education (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung – BZgA): https://www.infektionsschutz.de/coronavirus/fragen-und-antworten/alles-rund-um-die-impfung/auffrischungsimpfung/

Getting vaccinated and receiving a booster protects our physical health and our normal way of life. By getting vaccinated, we are not only protecting ourselves, but also our family, friends, sports and club teams, and work colleagues. To ensure this continues, we need to keep increasing our vaccination rates. This is the only way to stay on top of the coronavirus in the long run. Getting vaccinated, receiving a booster, and adhering to distancing, mask, hygiene and ventilation regulations help us to make sure that Bremen is victorious against the coronavirus.

Thanks for doing your bit, dear citizens of Bremen!



Current dates, times and locations

They will give people the opportunity to get their vaccinations or boosters at the various stops. The dates and opening hours will be published regularly on this website and in the districts in question.

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New isolation regulations in the case of coronavirus infection

As of now, the period of isolation for those infected with the coronavirus will automatically end after five days – but only if there are no symptoms.

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