Mini-vaccination centres will only be open on Saturdays as of next week

The district's mini-vaccination centres in Korbach, Frankenberg, Bad Wildungen and Bad Arolsen will only be open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from the seventh calendar week. The vaccine from BioNTech will then continue to be vaccinated there without registration. The centres will be closed on all other days.

Moderna in Korbach
However, vaccinations with the Moderna vaccine are only available at the Mini Vaccination Centre in Korbach in the small Hauerhalle and only by prior appointment by e-mail to An exception is tomorrow, Wednesday, 9 February from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.: On this day, both vaccinations with BioNTech and, exceptionally, with Moderna are possible without an appointment. In principle, however, prior registration will continue to be necessary for a vaccination with Moderna.

In Bad Wildungen, in addition to the existing vaccination offer on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the train station, vaccinations will also continue to be offered at the general practitioner's office of Dr. Schnaubelt at Brunnenallee 13: Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Novavax in March
There will probably be special vaccination days in the mini-vaccination centres in March for vaccinations with the recently newly approved vaccine from the company Novavax. These will be communicated in detail together with further information about the new vaccine.

Child vaccinations in February and March
Child vaccinations are also possible in February and March in the small Hauerhalle in Korbach - on Friday, 11 February and Friday, 4 March, from 2 to 7 pm. Children can also continue to be vaccinated in Bad Wildungen at the train station on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm. Paediatricians from Waldeck-Frankenberg are available for the vaccinations of children from the age of five and will provide parents and children with comprehensive information and medical advice if requested. It is sufficient if one parent accompanies the child to the vaccination. With the signature of one parent in the consent for vaccination, the consent of the other parent is automatically assumed and given.

Have documents ready
The following documents should always be brought to the vaccination: The health insurance card, an identity document and, if possible, the vaccination certificate. For children's vaccinations, an identity document of the parent or guardian should also be brought along. Those who have already been vaccinated should also have the documents of their first or second vaccination ready. In addition, the "Information sheet on vaccination against Covid-19 with mRNA vaccine" must be brought along. Furthermore, the "Medical history and consent form for vaccination against Covid-19 with mRNA vaccine" must be brought along. Both documents should be filled out completely if possible.