Vaccination against coronavirus

The coronavirus vaccination is the best way of getting out of the pandemic. You can find lots of detailed and up-to-date information about the vaccination process here.

Information from the Federal Ministry of Health: Continue reading

Information from the Robert Koch Institute: Continue reading

Information from the Paul Ehrlich Institute: Continue reading

And you can get vaccinated here:

In Bremen:

Vaccination centre, Hall 7, Bürgerweide Bremen

Without appointment, Mon – Fri, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
By appointment at https://impfzentrum.bremen.de 

 

Address: 
Bremen Central Vaccination Centre
Messehalle 7
Findorffstr. 101
28215 Bremen
Germany

 

In Bremerhaven:

Vaccination centre "Hansa-carré"

Subject to appointment for all citizens of Bremen aged 12 or older. Arrange an appointment at 
www.impfzentrum.bremen.de – in the case of those under the age of 16, legal guardians are responsible for the registration.

Vaccination bus, Theodor-Heuss-Platz

Without appointment from Mon–Sat, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Free choice of vaccine.

Address: 
Impfpraxis Bremerhaven im Hanse-Carré
3. OG (elevator available)
Bürgermeister-Smidt-Str. 10
27568 Bremerhaven
Germany

 

Mobile vaccination is coming

Get vaccinated without an appointment!

Mobile vaccination will enable many people to be reached who are otherwise unable to get vaccinated. Mobile vaccination will be available at the following times and places:

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Vaccination against coronavirus

The coronavirus vaccination is the best way of getting out of the pandemic. You can find lots of detailed and up-to-date information about the vaccination process here.

Information from the Federal Ministry of Health: Continue reading

Information from the Robert Koch Institute: Continue reading

Information from the Paul Ehrlich Institute: Continue reading

Why get vaccinated?

By getting vaccinated, we can ready our immune system for the coronavirus so that we will ideally not get infected with the COVID-19 disease or that it will occur in a milder form. Learn more about the importance of vaccination and read answers to frequently asked questions on this topic on the Robert Koch Institute website (content only available in German).

What vaccines are available?

Vaccines are being researched and developed worldwide for the prevention of COVID-19. The Biontech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have been approved for use in the European Union. Other projects are currently at an advanced stage. This means that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has received study data from manufacturers and is evaluating this data. The EMA is responsible for the approval process.

For more information, visit: https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/themen/coronavirus/stand-corona-impstoffe-1835338

How does the vaccine work?

Some of the vaccines have different ways of working and people therefore need to be vaccinated at different intervals with different vaccines. What they all have in common is that they all offer effective protection against infection with Covid-19. Vaccination is currently carried out by appointment in the vaccination centres as well as by certain doctors in Bremen and Bremerhaven.

Note: You can enter your name on the registration list in the vaccination centre appointment portal at www.impfzentrum.bremen.de

How things work at the vaccination centre

Anybody who has been wondering how vaccinations work at the vaccination centre can see this at first hand in the following video.

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3G* rule is now in effect

Due to the rising incidence rate of the coronavirus, the 3G* rule has come into effect in indoor spaces in the federal state of Bremen. 3G stands for ‘geimpft, genesen oder getestet’ in German and means that you should prove you are ‘fully vaccinated’, ‘recovered’ or have ‘tested negative’.

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Vaccination without an appointment – Hall 7 remains open

Halls 4 and 5 at the Bremen vaccination centre are now closed. However, Hall 7 remains open for vaccination offers for all citizens of Bremen and Bremerhaven.

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Get vaccinated without an appointment!

Mobile vaccination will enable many people to be reached who are otherwise unable to get vaccinated. Mobile vaccination will be available at the following times and places: