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COVID-19 Where to Get Your Vaccination

In addition to doctor’s offices, vaccinations against COVID-19 are also available to the general public at several hospitals, so everyone age 12 and above can get vaccinated easily and free of charge.

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Places for vaccinations against COVID-19 in Hamburg

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is still the most effective and economical way to contain the virus and end the pandemic. The quickest and easiest way to get vaccinated is to make an appointment with your physician or general practitioner.

But in addition to doctor’s offices, vaccinations against COVID-19 are also available for the general public at several hospitals around Hamburg and at the Institut für Hygiene und Umwelt’s (Institute for Hygiene and the Environment) Zentrum für Impfmedizin (Immunology Centre). Both here and at the hospitals, everyone ages 12 and over can get vaccinated easily and free of charge.

Please note that appointments are not made with the hospital directly! (See below)

Vaccination in hospitals

Corona vaccinations are available at the following hospitals:

Agaplesion Bethesda Bergedorf
Glindersweg 80
21029 Hamburg
Wednesdays: first shots (BioNTech) without appointment, 2–4:30 p.m.
All other days: For all adults and for children 12 years and over without pre-existing conditions
Agaplesion Diakonieklinikum Eimsbüttel
Hohe Weide 17
20259 Hamburg
For all adults and for children 12 and over without pre-existing conditions
Albertinen-Krankenhaus Schnelsen (inside the church)
Hogenfelder Straße 28
22457 Hamburg
For all adults and for children 12 years and over without pre-existing conditions
Asklepios Klinik Altona
Paul-Ehrlich-Straße 1
22763 Hamburg
Wednesdays: children ages 12–17 and pregnant and breast-feeding people
All other days: adults 18 and over

Asklepios Klinik Harburg
Eißendorfer Pferdeweg 52
21075 Hamburg

For all adults and for children 12 years and over without pre-existing conditions
Asklepios Klinik Nord-Heidberg Langenhorn
Tangstedter Landstraße 400
22417 Hamburg
Everyone ages 12 and over (including children with pre-existing conditions)
Asklepios Klinik Wandsbek
Alphonsstr. 14
22043 Hamburg
For all adults and for children 12 years and over without pre-existing conditions
Israelite Hospital Hamburg-Groß Borstel
Orchideenstieg 14
22297 Hamburg
Children ages 12–15 without pre-existing conditions; all persons 16 years and over
Children's Hospital Altona
Bleickenallee 38
22763 Hamburg
Children ages 12–17 only (including children with pre-existing conditions)
Children's Hospital UKE Eppendorf
Martinistraße 52
20246 Hamburg
Children ages 12–17 only (including children with pre-existing conditions)

In addition, vaccinations are available at the Institute for Hygiene and the Environment’s Immunology Centre:

Impfzentrum des Instituts für Hygiene und Umwelt
Beltgens Garten 2
20537 Hamburg

Making an appointment

Please note that appointments are not made with the hospital directly! Instead, please book an appointment by calling (040) 428 28 4000 or using the online booking service, where you can find the Immunology Centre as well as the relevant hospitals. 

In order to guarantee an uninterrupted process, vaccinations without an appointment are not possible. The only exception is the Agaplesion Bethesda hospital in Bergedorf, which has open vaccination hours every Wednesday from 2 to 4:30 pm.

When booking your first vaccination, a second appointment is automatically reserved for you; a separate second booking is not necessary. You will receive two booking confirmations. However, the second appointment can be altered or delayed if necessary.

If you received your first vaccination at a decentralised facility (that is, for example, at your doctor’s office) please book your second appointment at one of the facilities above by phone.

Why get vaccinated?

Getting vaccinated is the best way to fight the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. By getting vaccinated, the risk of catching COVID-19 is reduced significantly, the chances of having to go to hospital are lowered to near-zero, and the spread of the coronavirus may be slowed or even stopped. That’s why it is important for as many people as possible to get vaccinated.

Vaccines are now in stock in sufficient quantity and prioritisation has been cancelled, so vaccine shots are now free and available for everyone. Exceptions are children under the age of 12, pregnant people (within the first three months of pregnancy) and persons with certain medical conditions. Everybody else is called upon to get vaccinated, as this is the only way to protect the most vulnerable members of society.

COVID-19 Vaccinations