First vaccine doses are available next week on
- Monday 8.11. from 8 AM to 7 PM
- Tuesday 9.11. from 12 AM to 3 PM
- Wednesday 10.11. from 12 AM to 3 PM
- Thursday 11.11. from 12 AM to 3 PM
Both corona and influenza vaccinations are at department T0. Those vaccines can be given at the same visit. The influenza vaccine will be free for those for whom influenza is an essential health risk, or who receive significant health benefits from the vaccination.
Second doses are given according to the times given before. All vaccinations are held on department T0 of the health care center on Steniuksenkatu 2.
The vaccination events are held in a safe manner with safe distances and face masks.
The person receiving the vaccine must bring personal identification with them, either an id-card, passport, or Kela card.
More information about risk groups, vaccines and changing the vaccines is available at rauma.fi/covid-vaccinations.
Third vaccinations available for risk groups 1 and 2, people over 60 years of age and the severely immunodeficient
People in risk groups 1 and 2 and people who are severely immunodeficient can get the third vaccine dose by appointment on Monday 8 November. The appointments must be made by calling 044 403 2684 on Sunday 7 November from 10 AM to 2 PM. The vaccinations are given at Steniuksenkatu 2, department T0.
For people over 60 years of age and for risk groups the second vaccination must have been received at least six months ago. For the immunodeficient the second dose must have been received at least two months ago.
The third dose can be administered when the second dose has been received at least two months ago.
Risk group 1
- Organ transplant or stem cell transplant
- People undergoing active cancer treatment
- Severe disorders of the immune system
- Severe chronic renal disease
- Severe chronic pulmonary disease
- Type 2 diabetes with medication
- Down syndrome
Risk group 2
- Asthma requiring continuous medication
- Severe heart desease
- Neurological illness or condition that affects breathing
- Immunosuppressive drug therapy for autoimmune disease
- Severe chronic liver disease
- Type 1 diabetes or adrenal insufficiency
- Sleep apnoea
- Morbid obesity
More information risk group 1 and 2 on website of Finnish institute for health and welfare, thl.fi
Persons with a severely weakened immune system include those with one or some of the following illnesses or conditions
- Organ transplant
- Stem cell transplant
- Severe or moderate congenital immune deficiency
- Immunosuppressive cancer therapy
- Treatment of autoimmune diseases with immunosuppressive biological medicines or JAK inhibitors
- Dialysis and severe chronic renal failure
- Advanced or untreated HIV
- Other severe immunosuppressive condition diagnosed by a physician