New dates for the district's mini vaccination centres

Whether children or adults, BioNTech, Moderna or Novavax: In the mini vaccination centres of the Waldeck-Frankenberg district, you can continue to get vaccinated against the coronavirus in the coming weeks. Next Saturday, 26 March, children's vaccinations will also take place again in Korbach. It is not necessary to make an appointment in advance; those who want to be vaccinated can simply drop by.

New dates for April
The mini-vaccination centre in the small Hauerhalle in Korbach will be open in the coming weeks on 26 March, as well as on 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 April from 9 am to 1 pm in each case. In Frankenberg, vaccinations for immunisation will be available in the lower building of the district hospital and in Bad Wildungen in the railway station on 26 March as well as on 9 and 23 April from 9 am to 1 pm. In Bad Arolsen, there will be no further public vaccination offer for the time being.

Children's vaccinations in Korbach with BioNTech
On Saturday, 26 March, children and young people can also be immunised again between 9 am and 1 pm in the small Hauerhalle in Korbach. The vaccine from BioNTech is intended for them. Paediatricians from Waldeck-Frankenberg will be on hand to provide parents and children with comprehensive information and medical advice on request. Furthermore, the second vaccinations for the vaccinees who have already been vaccinated once with the protein-based vaccine of the company Novavax will also take place on this day.

The district of Waldeck-Frankenberg continues to call on people to take advantage of the public vaccination offers in order to protect themselves and others against the coronavirus in the best possible way. In this context, attention is also drawn once again to the institution-related vaccination obligation, which has been in force for certain institutions since 16 March this year - and which makes vaccination obligatory for certain occupational groups.

Have documents ready
In the case of minors, it is sufficient if a person with parental authority 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. The following should be brought to the vaccination: The child's health insurance card and vaccination certificate, the guardian's identity card and, if possible, the completed information sheets and medical history and information sheets for the respective vaccines already. The documents are available for download.