Working together against Covid-19 Get vaccinated now – free of charge!

Why should you get vaccinated against Covid-19? Quite simple: It’s free-of-charge and will protect you from getting infected with the virus. And if you do nevertheless contract the virus, it’s likely that the course of the illness will be less serious. Plus: the more people get vaccinated, the more difficult it is for the Covid-19 virus to spread. Because, on the basis of the data available to date, it would seem that vaccinated individuals are less likely to spread the virus than those who have not been vaccinated.

You have already taken the first step: on this website, you can find out everything you need to know about vaccination against Covid-19. For example, where you can get vaccinated, what the procedure is, and which myths are currently in circulation.

Important:

If you wish to get your first, second or booster shot against COVID-19 at one of our vaccination centres, you will need to book an appointment online beforehand. The booster vaccination should be administered at the earliest three months after the second shot and following consultation with a doctor.

Mandatory online appointment bookings apply to:

  • The vaccination centre in Sonthofen (formerly the Grüntenkaserne barracks, Salzweg 24)
  • The Kempten vaccination centre (formerly the artillery barracks at Kaufbeurer Strasse 80)
  • The vaccination station in Kempten (Bahnhofstrasse 13)

Appointments can only be booked via the impfzentren.bayern website. You may have to re-register even if you have already registered in the past.

You can continue to get vaccinated at our mobile vaccination stations without an appointment. The latest appointment times can be found here. You will only have to bring along your personal ID and your vaccination certificate.

Please feel free to tell your friends and family about this website. The more people understand the facts about the vaccine, the better. And finally, the administrative authorities for the district of Oberallgäu and the city of Kempten hope you enjoy reading all the information we have prepared for you!

The latest information on COVID-19 vaccinations for children

The Standing Committee on Vaccination (STIKO) now also recommends administering COVID-19 vaccinations to children aged 5 to 11 in certain cases.
 

You have questions about the Corona vaccination? We will be happy to answer them

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You can reach us Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and on weekends from 11 am to 2 pm.

Getting vaccinated with and without an appointment Get vaccinated now for free!

You have several options for getting vaccinated – all of them free of charge. You can choose from the following sites: Kempten vaccination centre, Oberallgäu vaccination centre, Kempten vaccination station and special vaccination drives (vaccination bus and mobile vaccination teams).

Vaccination WITHOUT an appointment
You don’t need an appointment for the vaccination bus or special vaccination drives. You simply show up and get your jab. All you need to bring along with you is your vaccination record and personal ID.

Vaccination WITH an appointment
As of 16 November, it will once again be essential to have an appointment for the Kempten vaccination centre, the Oberallgäu vaccination centre in Sonthofen and the Kempten vaccination station. Please book this at https://impfzentren.bayern. You may have to re-register even if you have already registered in the past. You will also have to bring along your vaccination record and personal ID.

You can find the opening hours of the vaccination centres and stations, as well as appointment times for special vaccination drives, by clicking on the calendar.

 

This is how our scan icons work Get information wherever and whenever you need it!

Your will find the "scan icons" in the Kempten Vaccination Centre. They consist of the symbols that you will also come across on this website and an associated QR code. You can scan the QR code with your smartphone. With some smartphones, you simply need to open the camera and point the camera at the code. If this doesn't work, you will need a separate app.

Once you have scanned the QR code, a website should open. Here you will be able to find out what happens at each location in the vaccination centre and what you will need to do. You will also have the option of being directed straight back to this website.

You will find the sequence of the symbols with all the associated explanations under the heading "What will happen when I go to my vaccination appointment?".

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