Corona vaccine

Corona vaccine

Vaccine information in english and other languages.

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All Trondheim inhabitants five years of age and older have been offered a vaccine against the coronavirus. You can use the digital form to book a vaccination appointment.

Where is the vaccination given?

Address: Prinsens gate 1A (entrance from Erling Skakkes gate 25).

Opening hours: Mondays - Fridays 8.20 am - 3.30 pm.

Capacity is somewhat limited between 11 am and noon due to lunch breaks.

Guidelines for corona vaccination

Vaccination of children and young people 5 to 18 years of age

There are different recommendations for children and young people between five and 18 years of age. You can read more about what applies for you or your child on the Norwegian Institute of Public Health website FHI website.

Consent for vaccination of children and young people under 16 years of age

Both parents with parental responsibility for children and young people under 16 years of age must give their written consent for the vaccination. The consent form must be printed out and filled in before you come to be vaccinated. The form must be submitted to the person giving the vaccination when the child is to be vaccinated. For children who need more than one dose, the consent form must be brought to each vaccination session.

Consent

Self-declaration

Booster dose - dose 3

If you are 18 years of age or older, and a minimum of 20 weeks have passed since you received vaccination dose number 2, you can have a booster dose. You can book a booster dose (dose three) on Min side/(My Page).

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health considers that if vaccinated people (under 65 years of age with the basic vaccination) have had a covid-19 diagnosis more than three weeks after dose 2, this is seen as replacing the need for a booster dose. However, anyone who wants a booster dose, even if they have had the infection after dose 2, can still book an appointment for the booster dose. This may be necessary due to requirements for admittance to some countries or for other reasons.

If you have had covid-19 more than three weeks after the second coronavirus vaccination and would like the third dose, at least 20 weeks must have passed after dose 2, and also at least three weeks after you have been ill with the coronavirus.

For people 65 years of age and older who have been diagnosed with covid-19, the recommendation for the booster dose is to wait until three months have passed after dose 2.

People with a severely compromised immune system

People with a severely weakened immune system due to illness or the use of medication that supresses the immune system generally have poorer response to vaccination compared to healthy persons. This group also has higher risk of becoming seriously ill if they are infected by the coronavirus.

People with a severely weakened immune system are therefore offered a third vaccination dose as part of the basic vaccination, and it is given at least four weeks after the second coronavirus vaccination.

A booster dose is recommended for this group three months after the third dose. The booster dose will be dose number 4 for his group.

Dose 4 for seniors

People born in 1957 and earlier who have received three doses are recommended to take a fourth dose. If you have been diagnosed with corona after the third vaccination, it is still recommended that you take a fourth dose. The reason is that there appears to be less protection from having had an omicron infection compared to earlier variants. The fourth corona vaccination can be given at the earliest four months after the last booster dose and at least three months after a coronavirus diagnosis. 

Appointment for vaccination

Book an appointment digitally on Min side/My Page

You can use a digital form to book an appointment for vaccination. 

A member of your family can book for you by logging on to the form with their digital ID. Bear in mind that the same person must book each appointment.

Drop-in vaccination

The drop-in offer is currently closed. You are encouraged to book an appointment on Min side, or you can book an appointment in advance on telephone 90 50 90 52.

Book an appointment by phone

If you are unable book an appointment on the web or go to the drop-in centre, you can call telephone 90 50 90 52 on workdays to book an appointment.

Practical information

What do I need to remember when going to the appointment?
  • Be on time
  • Bring proof of ID, such as passport, national ID card, driving licence or bank card with picture
  • Wear clothes that give easy access to your arm for the shot, such as a T-shirt
  • Bring an updated list of any medication you are taking
Can I bring a companion?

You can bring a companion if you need.

Can I leave right away when I have been vaccinated?

After you have been vaccinated you must stay 20 minutes for observation. If you have previously had a serious allergic reaction, you must wait for 60 minutes.

Can I go to the appointment even if I am ill?

No, you must be healthy when going to the vaccination appointment. You must not come to the vaccination if you have a fever or if you feel ill.

What do I do if I need an interpreter?

You have the right to an interpreter, and this is free of charge. You can book an interpreter when you book a vaccination appointment on Min side/My Page, or on telephone 90 50 90 52.

Interpreters and healthcare personnel are under the obligation of confidentiality. This means that information about your health cannot be shared with others.

How long should I wait if I need to take another vaccine?

There should be at least a week between the corona vaccination and other vaccinations.

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Sist oppdatert: 09.11.2022

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