Why get vaccinated?

Because it’s the best way out of the pandemic!

Us. You. Everyone. The more people who are vaccinated, the quicker Bremen will be immune to the coronavirus. This slows down the transmission rate, so the virus can no longer spread as easily. Vaccination protects against severe courses of the disease, as well as against hospitalisation and death.
By getting vaccinated, we are not only protecting ourselves, but also our family, friends, sports and club teams, and work colleagues. And if we continue to observe mask, distancing, testing and hygiene regulations, then Bremen against coronavirus will succeed.


Changes to coronavirus regulations

The currently applicable 28th Bremen coronavirus regulation remains in effect until 11 October. The Senate has also decided on some updates.

Staff in hospitals and outpatient care facilities:
People who are not either fully vaccinated or fully immunised after recovery are obliged to undergo testing on every working day. The institutions in question must arrange these tests and are permitted to see the test certificates on request.

In the case of a coronavirus infection in school, the person infected must quarantine for a period of 14 days. The entire cohort of the infected person must undergo daily testing for the subsequent seven school days and must also wear face masks in the classroom. Quarantine is not required. If the person who tested positive had close contacts outside of their cohort, for example for more than ten minutes with less than 1.5 metres distance without wearing a mask, or if they spent time with others for more than ten minutes in a poorly ventilated room and also did not wear a mask, then these contacts must also quarantine for a period of 14 days. In this way, general quarantining for the entire cohort can be avoided.

Clarification has also been provided for two aspects of the regulation: students under the age of 16 do not need to provide a negative test result in order to access facilities following the 3G rule (geimpft, genesen, getestet – fully vaccinated, recovered or tested negative), as they are subject to a testing policy at their school. Students over the age of 16 will be provided with a certificate from their school, which also exempts them from further testing.

Close-proximity services:
Medically necessary close-proximity services may be performed without observance of the 3G rule.

Get vaccinated now in Hall 7
Without appointment: Mon – Fri from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Moderna vaccine)

You can simply stop by without an appointment. Please bring your identification documents, health insurance card and vaccination certificate with you if you have them. The second vaccination will take place four weeks later. As no appointments are issued, longer waiting times are to be expected.
Request appointment: https://impfzentrum.bremen.de.

Or get vaccinated from the mobile vaccination service
Vaccination is regularly available via the mobile vaccination service without prior registration. You can find out the current dates and locations of the mobile vaccination service as well as further information on our website here at any time www.bremen-gegen-corona.de

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