Getting vaccinated against COVID-19

5. Vaccination without a prior appointment

To facilitate access to vaccination (1st and 2nd doses), the Geneva population aged 16 years+ (12+ at m3 Sanitrade centre) may now be vaccinated at various "walk-in" sites in the canton without an appointment. Depending on the number of visitors, you may have to wait in line. Registration is done on site. 

Access to the vaccination depends on the criteria of residence and/or affiliation to a health insurance. Without the necessary documents for registration, it will not be possible to be vaccinated. When it is necessary, people who receive their first dose are given an appointment for a second dose at the same vaccination site.

 

Walk-in vaccination in vaccination centres (1st and 2nd doses)

Booster doses are not available at walk-in vaccination sites (registration for appointments via the platform or by calling 0800 909 400).
  • Vaccination Centre of the Permanence Médico-Chirurgicale Rond-Point Plainpalais (Moderna vaccine - for persons aged 16 years+ )
    17-19, Rue de Carouge, 1205 Geneva
    With or without appointment - Monday to Saturday from 8h to 20h.

  • Centre de vaccination du Centre Médical à Chêne-Bourg CMCB (Pfizer vaccine - for persons aged 16 years+)
    20, Rue de Genève, 1225 Chêne-Bourg
    With or without appointment - Monday to Saturday from 8h to 19h.
     
  • The m3 Sanitrade vaccination centre (200 doses available per day - Pfizer vaccine (or Moderna vaccine upon request only) - for persons aged 12 years+)
    Route de Chêne 18-20, 1207 Geneva

    With or without appointment - Tue-Sat / 9h-17h30. 

  • PHARMAshop vaccination centre (150 doses available per day - Pfizer vaccine - for persons aged 16 years+)
    Rue du Cendrier 19, 1201 Geneva
    Monday-Friday 8h-19h and Saturday 10h-18h.
     

Vaccination centres in Geneva: opening hours and location

Making a vaccination appointment via the registration platform

 


Do you have a question regarding vaccination?

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You may call the COVID-19 general information line (0800 909 400) - free call 7/7 8am-7pm
(dial 0041 800 909 400 from abroad)

 

Dernière modification
24 January 2022
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