When you receive the message in your e-Boks
The Danish Health Authority has decided the order in which people are to be vaccinated, and the authority will notify you via your e-Boks when it is your turn.
If you are not registered to receive digital post, you will be notified by conventional letter.
For people without a civil registration number (CPR number)
If you are in the age group for vaccination and you are temporarily in Denmark, but do not have a civil registration number (CPR number) or NemID, then you can make an appointment by phoning (+45) 38 66 00 01
The line is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 to 16:00.
Note that the line will not be open until 20 May 2021.
To book a vaccination appointment, you must:
Note: The primary purpose of your stay must not be to get a vaccination.
You have to be vaccinated twice, with a five-week interval between each injection, at Bella Center Copenhagen COVID-19 vaccination centre, which is located on Ørestad Boulevard/Martha Christensens Vej, 2300 Copenhagen S.
Remember a photo ID
If you don’t have a photo ID, you cannot be vaccinated. Therefore, remember ID or other proof of identity with a photo, e.g. your passport. If you are an EU citizen, you should also take your EU health insurance card.
After you have received your first injection, you will receive an international vaccination card as documentation.
For people with a civil registration number (CPR number) but without a NemID
If you are in the age group currently being vaccinated, phone the booking service for citizens without a NemID on (+45) 38 66 00 00.
Some people with a civil registration number (CPR number) have already been set up in the system. If you have been set up, our staff will give you an appointment for vaccination.
If you haven’t yet been set up, the staff may get the process going by setting you up so that you are invited to book an appointment.
If you are in the target group for vaccination but you have NOT been invited to book an appointment
If you are in the target group for vaccination but you have NOT been invited to book an appointment yet, please phone the booking service on (+45) 38 66 00 00.
If you are in doubt about whether you have been invited to book an appointment, try to book an appointment on vacciner.dk before you phone the booking service.
When will it be my turn?
All individuals over the age of 16 will be offered a vaccination against Covid-19 at some time in 2021. Vaccination is free of charge and voluntary.
The first groups to be offered a vaccination will be:
- Residents in care homes
- Selected people with disabilities and diseases that entail a particularly high risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19
- Selected health and nursing staff, and staff in the social sector with close contact to the public or patients who are at increased risk of infection, and who perform critical functions
As Denmark has only received a small proportion of the vaccines we need, there is still no final timetable for when the various groups can be vaccinated. You will receive a message in your e-Boks or in a letter stating when you can arrange an appointment.
Questions about vaccination against Covid-19
If you cannot find the answer to your question there, call the corona hotline on (+ 45) 70 20 02 33 - then press 1.
List of Covid-19 vaccine centres
NOTE: You cannot book an appointment until you have received the message in your e-Boks or in a letter.