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Vaccination against COVID-19

Vaccination against COVID-19 is an important supplement to other measures to reduce the spread of novel coronavirus in society. In Denmark, the first citizens were vaccinated on 27 December 2020, and our aim to have vaccinated everyone by the end of June 2021. Vaccination is voluntary and free of charge.


In prioritising target groups, the Danish Health Authority has primarily focused on the following three main objectives of the vaccination programme:

  1. Minimising death and severe illness due to COVID-19.
  2. Minimising the spread of infection and epidemic control.
  3. Ensuring key societal functions.

However, even though vaccination against COVID-19 is now possible, we must all continue to follow the general advice on good hand hygiene, thorough cleaning, airing out regularly and maintaining social distancing.

Read the pamphlet

Vaccination against COVID-19

Get answers to your questions:

About the target groups for vaccination

About the COVID-19 vaccination offer

About the vaccines

Watch these films

1. 'Information on COVID-19 vaccines'. Please note that this film is available in several languages.


2. 'Can you trust what you read about COVID-19 vaccines?' Please note that this film is available in several languages.

Publications, etc.

Please click on the arrow to view our current publications, etc. on COVID-19 vaccination.
Updated 25 FEB 2021