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Covid-19 vaccines available again at the Otaniemi campus in September

The vaccination site is open on 12, 19 and 26 September to students and personnel at the Undergraduate Centre, room Y115.
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Aalto University students, faculty and staff, regardless of their municipality of residence, may get their first, second or third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on 12, 19 or 26 September2022, between 9 and 15.30. Vaccines are available on the Otaniemi campus at the Undergraduate Centre, Otakaari 1, room Y115. No appointment booking is needed.

If you are getting your second dose, at least 6 weeks must have passed since your first dose. For those getting their third dose, at least 4 months must have passed since the previous dose.

You can get an EU Covid-19 vaccination certificate as a printout at the vaccination site. You can also get a printout if you have a temporary Finnish personal identity code. 

Vaccination is voluntary. Bring an official form of identification or your Kela card with you to the vaccination site. Students whose municipality of residence is not Espoo can also get vaccinated in Espoo.

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Other vaccination sites in Espoo

  • Espoon keskus, Lakelankatu 1
  • Ainoa in Tapiola, located on the 1st floor of the Ainoa shopping centre, next to Stadium.
  • Lippulaiva, open on Mondays and Tuesdays. The site is located in the Espoo info, next to the library on the 3rd floor of the Lippulaiva shopping centre.
  • Sello Library, open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The site is located in the library on the 2nd floor of the Sello shopping centre.

For these four sites, book an appointment through the online system at bookcovidvaccine.fi. If you want to book an appointment by phone, call our number 09 816 34800 (Mon–Fri 8.00–16.00) and leave a call-back request. Read more: espoo.fi/coronavaccination.

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