Right to vaccination, but shortage of appointments

Refugees who are 16 years or older and live in a shared accommodation of the district received mail from the administrative district office. In this letter, there is a confirmation that they can get vaccinated against COVID-19. This authorization is valid for three months, starting with the date on which it was issued. Those who want to get vaccinated have to make an appointment themselves – either online under www.impfterminservice.de or via the phone hotline 116117. It may take some time until there are open appointments, as the usage of the vaccine Astrazeneca had been stopped for a while. Those who have an appointment have to bring the vaccination authorization and an identification – such as a residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis), a permission (Gestattung), or a toleration (Duldung) – to their vaccination appointment. People who work in a shared accommodation are also eligible for vaccination. Those are, for example, social workers or external cleaning staff, but also volunteers who are in regular and direct contact with the residents. This was announced by the Ministry of Social Affairs Baden Württemberg in a press release.


Ein Verkehrsschild weist den Weg zum Tübinger Impfzentrum. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.

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