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About COVID-19 vaccination

The Danish Health Authority recommends vaccination against COVID-19 because it protects you against becoming infected with novel coronavirus. Vaccination against COVID-19 is free as well as voluntary.

COVID-19 is a new virus that infects humans. Therefore, we do not have immunity to protect us from becoming infected and ill, and the disease can consequently spread as an epidemic. 

Only a small proportion of the Danish population has had COVID-19, and we do not know with certainty whether those who have been infected are fully protected from being reinfected later on. 

Anyone can be infected with COVID-19. Some infected persons become seriously ill and may die from the disease.

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

Do you have any general questions about vaccination?

If you have any general questions about vaccination against COVID-19, please call the joint Danish authorities' corona hotline on tel. 70 20 02 33.


If you have any questions on how to use www.vacciner.dk (in English), please contact support at Sundhed.dk on tel. 44 22 07 27 or email: vaccinersupport@sundhed.dk

Note: Sundhed.dk is unable to book your appointments, see free time slots, waiting times, or change your bookings.


Please consult your own doctor if you are unsure whether you can be vaccinated or not.

Updated 20 JAN 2021