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University of Basel

Vaccination ✔️

Valentin Messmer
“I am vaccinated because I want to be in solidarity with all nursing professionals and make their work easier.” Valentin Messmer, philosophy and German studies. (Photo: University of Basel, Florian Moritz)

By being vaccinated, you help protect yourself and others from COVID-19. We therefore strongly recommend that all students and staff get vaccinated.

Vaccination bus at the University of Basel

In September and October, a vaccination bus will call at the University of Basel to offer walk-in vaccinations – no appointment required:

  • 22 September, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Petersplatz
  • 23 September, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Petersplatz
  • 30 September, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Petersplatz
  • 1 October, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Petersplatz

The vaccination is open to all members of the university and it is free of charge.

Important: the vaccination bus will only administer first vaccinations. You will be given a date for your second vaccination, which will be administered at the Basel-Stadt Coronavirus Vaccination Center.

What should I bring with me?

  • Health insurance card
  • ID card or other form of official identification
  • Your vaccination record, if you have one

Detailed information can be found on the vaccination bus website of the Canton of Basel-Stadt.

Vaccination in the vaccination centre, in doctors' surgeries and pharmacies

If you want to be vaccinated but can’t attend on the days the bus is on campus, you can still get the vaccine at the Basel-Stadt Coronavirus Vaccination Center. You can now also be vaccinated at selected doctor’s offices and pharmacies. A constantly updated list can be found here.

For further information about the vaccine, see the FOPH website. It debunks vaccination myths, outlines possible side-effects and explains in clear terms how the vaccine works.

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