The SARS-CoV-2 virus continues to circulate and the vaccine continues to protect against severe forms of COVID-19, especially for vulnerable persons. In Geneva, the vaccination system remains operational for all persons who wish to be vaccinated.
Vaccination continues to give access to the COVID-19 certificate, which may be necessary to travel abroad to some countries.
You will find on the Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 web pages, all information concerning vaccination against COVID-19 in the canton of Geneva :
- Why get vaccinated?
- What are the admissibility criteria for vaccination in Geneva and who has priority?
- How to register online?
- Where can one get vaccinated?
- How many people have received their vaccines?
- How will the vaccination campaign take place?
The autumn vaccination campaign started in Geneva on 10th October 2022. The booster will be available free of charge to the entire population from the age of 16. The booster is recommended with the bivalent mRNA vaccine Spikevax® from Moderna.
The recommendation is aimed primarily at people aged 65 or over and those aged 16 to 64 at high individual risk, including pregnant women. Vaccination is also recommended for health professionals and anyone in professional or private contact with vulnerable people. Anyone aged 16 or over who wants a booster vaccination for individual reasons may be vaccinated.
The autumn-winter 2022-23 booster vaccination can be done :
- either in a vaccination centre : online registration via Covid-VAC Soignezmoi.ch platform
- or in a doctor's surgery or a pharmacy : online registration via onedoc platform
Primary vaccination still takes place in one of the vaccination centres : online registration via Covid-Vac Soignezmoi.ch platform
Since 28h July 2022, the Nuvaxovid® vaccine is available in Geneva at the vaccination centre of the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) for people over 18 years of age who have not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19. Nuvaxovid vaccine is also available for the autumn booster vaccination.
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