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Get vaccinated on campus: drop-in on 30 September


On September 30, between 9.30-12.30, a vaccination bus will park at Vasaparken. In the bus, both you who have not yet started your vaccination, and you who need to receive your second dose, can get vaccinated.

The vaccination bus will offer drop-in COVID-19 vaccinations for everyone aged 16 or older, and welcomes students, staff and passers-by. You do not need a Swedish personal identity number to be vaccinated.

Prepare for the vaccination

The bus will park outside the University's main building in Vasaparken, on 30 September between 9.30-12.30. The address is Universitetsplatsen 1.

Only drop-in, you do not need to make an appointment. You do not have to pay for vaccination against COVID-19.

You need to bring a valid ID, for example a passport. Bring your vaccination card if you have received the first dose.

Before the vaccination, you fill in a health declaration. A nurse then gives you the the vaccine as a needle jab in the arm. You will be asked to stay for 15 minutes after receiving your shot. This is to make sure you feel fine afterwards.

Read more: Vaccination against COVID-19 (Public Health Agency of Sweden)

Vaccination against COVID-19 in Västra Götaland

On September 29, the government will ease most restrictions, but there are still special restrictions for the unvaccinated. With the vaccination bus, the university wants to make it easier for students and staff to take their doses.

If you are unable to come to the University's drop-in vaccination, many vaccination centres in Västra Götaland offers both booked appointments and drop-in. Everyone aged 16 or older, or who will turn 16 this year, is being offered vaccination. You do not have to be a Swedish citizen to get vaccinated.

Vaccination against COVID-19 (

Unvaccinated people should continue to be careful after 29 September (