The Messukeskus vaccination point will close on Friday, 25 March, and the Kannelmäki vaccination point on Thursday, 31 March. After this, you can get a COVID-19 vaccine from the Jätkäsaari, Malmi and Myllypuro vaccination points.
In addition, Helsinki has several temporary pop-up vaccination points. Pop-up vaccination points can be found in, for example, the Forum, Kamppi and Citycenter shopping centres.
All the vaccination points and their opening hours are listed at hel.fi/vaccination.
You can get a COVID-19 vaccine at the vaccination points without an appointment. You can get the vaccine by showing your Kela card or identity card. Vaccination is voluntary and free of charge.
COVID-19 vaccines have been given in Helsinki since December 2020. The Kannelmäki vaccination point has so far given 36,197 vaccinations, and the Messukeskus vaccination point and Messukeskus vaccination team’s pop-up vaccination points have given 362,418 vaccinations. At the moment, the number of visitors to vaccination points is smaller than before.
Our warm thanks to all Kannelmäki and Messukeskus vaccination points' staff and clients!
Photo: Virpi Velin
The news has been published on 21.3. and has been updated on 24.3.