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:
Your stay in Denmark must be at least 14 days, and the total stay 30 days, in order to be offered a vaccine against covid-19. Both booster vaccination and primary vaccination (1st and 2nd injection) are offered.
The booster vaccine is offered to people who have received primary vaccination (1st and 2nd injection). A minimum of 3 months must have passed since your last vaccine before you can be offered a booster vaccine. You must also be in the target group for the vaccine.
Target group for booster vaccine
- People aged 50 or over
- People under the age of 50 at increased risk
- Pregnant women
- Health and care staff as well as staff in parts of the social area with close contact with patients at increased risk
- Close relatives of people with severely weakened immune systems
Primary vaccination (1st and 2nd injection):
Primary vaccination is offered to those who have not yet been vaccinated against covid-19. Primary vaccination is offered to everyone over the age of 18. You must be vaccinated 2 times with an interval of 3-4 weeks. 3 months after the 2nd injection, there will be an opportunity to be offered a booster vaccine.
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.
After you have received your first injection, you will receive an international vaccination card as documentation.