Why get vaccinated and get a booster?

Because it helps to put the pandemic behind us!

Us. You. Everyone. The more people who are vaccinated and who have had their booster, the quicker Bremen will be immune to the coronavirus.

  • Getting two vaccinations and a booster increases immune protection to up to 95%. 
  • The vaccinations plus booster protect against severe illness, hospitalisation and death.
  • People who are infected, but fully vaccinated, are less infectious to other people.
  • The transmission rate is slowed down, so the virus can no longer spread as easily.
  • From 1 October 2022, the vaccination status ‘fully vaccinated’ will only apply to people who have received three vaccinations. For a list of exceptions, see https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/aktuelles/coronavirus-impfung-faq-1788988

By getting vaccinated, we are not just protecting ourselves, but also everybody around us. Getting vaccinated, receiving a booster, and adhering to distancing, mask, hygiene and ventilation regulations help to make sure that Bremen is victorious against the coronavirus.

Thanks for doing your bit, dear citizens of Bremen!

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Current dates, times and locations

The deployment of mobile teams will continue in the coming week. Mobile teams will be in City Liefe Ellener Hof, Osterholz next week. In addition to vaccination offers of mobile teams, vaccination trucks will also be on the road in Hastedt, Gröpelingen an Woltmershausen next week.

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From 1 October: three vaccinations required for complete protection

From 1 October 2022, only those who have received three vaccinations will be considered to be fully protected in Germany. Exemptions are made in the case of those who have been infected with the coronavirus.

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Holidays during the coronavirus pandemic – tips and information for travelling

For many people, this is the best time of the year – holiday time! So, it’s good that the relaxed coronavirus regulations mean that people can now travel again. Nevertheless, we need to remember that the coronavirus has not gone away, so we need to exercise caution when travelling.

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