If you are temporarily in Denmark, but do not have a civil registration number (CPR number) or NemID, then you can apply for vaccination by filling out the form below.

An employee will call you on the phone number you supply on this form within the next 5 working days between 08.00 in the morning and 16.00 in the afternoon, and help you book an appointment for a vaccination.

Conditions for being offered a vaccine:

  • You can only apply for vaccination if you are in the age group currently being vaccinated or previously vaccinated. See which age group is currently being vaccinated in the form below
  • you have been in Denmark for more than 14 days
  • you intend to stay in Denmark for a total of more than 30 days.

You have to be vaccinated twice

You have to be vaccinated twice, with a four-week interval between each injection.

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.

EU health insurance card

If you are an EU citizen, you should bring your EU health insurance card. See examples of the card on the european commissions homepage.

Vaccine passport

After you have received your first injection, you will receive an international vaccination card as documentation.

Can't find your year of birth?

At this time we only accept registration from people in invited age groups. See the order of vaccination at The Danish Health Department.

Is your stay in Denmark longer than 30 days? - Varer dit ophold i Danmark over 30 dage?

Please note that your stay must be 30 days or longer for you to recieve a vaccine.

Bemærk: Opholdet skal vare mindst 30 dage, før der kan tilbydes vaccination, og vaccination kan tidligst tilbydes efter 14 dages ophold.

Did you previously have a danish civil registration number (CPR number) ? – Har du tidligere haft et dansk CPR-nr.?
Gender - Køn (For temporary civil registration number (CPR Number) - Til midlertidigt dansk CPR-nr.)
Revideret 07-07-2021