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Temporary vaccination centre to open at Örebro University

A young woman getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Photo: Håkan Risberg/Region Örebro län

A temporary vaccination centre is now to open at Örebro University.
On Monday 6 September and Tuesday 7 September, staff from Region Örebro County will be vaccinating both students and staff in Långhuset.

To make it easier for those who want to get their first or second jab, the university is now working together with Region Örebro County on this temporary vaccination facility. It is open also to students and members of staff who are not Swedish citizens.

The vaccination will take place in L159 in Långhuset. You do not need to make an appointment. Healthcare staff will be onsite between 09:00 and 17:00 to administer vaccine. The centre will be closed for lunch between 12:00 and 13:00.

Before getting the jab, you need to complete a health declaration form and provide proof of ID.

Region Örebro County primarily uses the Moderna vaccine (Spikevax), but also has access to the Pfizer vaccine (Comirnaty). If you have already received your first dose, you need to bring you vaccination card to make sure you get the right type of vaccine.

Naturally, it is also important that you are not ill and that you do not have any symptoms which may indicate COVID-19.

Students and staff unable to get their jabs on Monday or Tuesday are referred to Region Örebro County’s regular vaccination centres. Learn more about these here.

Facts: Finding the temporary vaccination centre

L159 is located in the part of Långhuset that faces Gymnastikhuset (G) and the Library.

If you want a detailed map, download the Mazemap app to your phone and enter ‘Örebro universitet’ and  ‘L159’.