The coronavirus infection can be prevented and treated just like other respiratory infections.

To protect yourself from severe cases of COVID-19, it is important to adhere to vaccination recommendations and receive the appropriate coronavirus vaccines.

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On this page, you can find information addressing common queries such as what steps to take when suspecting a coronavirus infection, where to access the COVID-19 vaccine, how to schedule an appointment, and which vaccine doses are administered to different groups.

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Do you suspect you have a coronavirus infection?

If you experience symptoms of COVID-19, it is important to stay at home until your symptoms have significantly improved, and you no longer have a fever. If you belong to a high-risk group or if your symptoms persist, it is recommended that you get tested for COVID-19.

Do you suspect you have a coronavirus infection?

Vaccinations against coronavirus

At the moment it is not possible to get COVID-19 vaccines. The late autumn 2023 booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be given from 6 November 2023 onwards. We will inform about the appointment booking, vaccination points and vaccination groups later.

Read more about vaccinations against coronavirus

Vaccine doses

The number of coronavirus vaccine doses administered varies depending on your age and whether you belong to a risk group.

Vaccine doses and vaccines