New opportunity to get vaccinated on campus

On Wednesday, 3 November, at 12-17 there is a new opportunity to get vaccinated on campus, in room Hc114 on the ground floor of the HLK-building. Have you not started your Covid-19 vaccination, or do you need to take your second dose? Come to the drop-in on campus.

You do not need to book in advance and the visit is free. All you need to do is bring your student ID.

During the vaccination on campus on October 26, several students came.

"I came here to take mysecond dose because I missed it when I was sick. I saw the news article on the Student Web that you could come here. It was very flexible," says Wilma Edman, who is a first year student at the teacher programme.

Foto av tjej som vaccinerat sig

Wilma Edman

Other drop-in vaccinations

Two healthcare centres are arranging drop-in-vaccinations at Pingstkyrkan in Jönköping. All you need to do is bring your student ID and show up at Pingstkyrkan any of the following times:

  • Tuesday 2 November, at 15:00-19:30
  • Thursday 4 November, at 9:00-12:00
  • Thursday 11 November, at 15:00-19:30

Please remeber to bring your student ID.

More information specifically for JU students here

Please note that vaccination should primarily take place when you are not in class. There are many available times, scattered throughout the day.

Booking a vaccination

You can also make your own appointment online:

or by calling your local healthcare centre (vårdcentral).

To make an appointment online, you must have a Swedish personal ID number. If you do not have one, you can call your healthcare centre to make an appointment by telephone. You do not need an electronic form of ID to make an appointment.

The appointment booking system is in Swedish. If you need help to understand this, you can ask a friend who speaks Swedish.

Wetterhälsan Health Care for students

Wetterhälsan Health Care centre is available specifically for international JU students: