Coronavirus vaccine

We offer free coronavirus vaccines to everyone staying in Oslo. You do not need to be a resident of Oslo to have the vaccine at the vaccination centre.

Where can I get the coronavirus vaccine in Oslo?

The coronavirus vaccine is available at Nydalen vaccination centre.

It is also possible to get the vaccine at Stovner, Huseby and Nordstrand.

Who can get the coronavirus vaccine in Oslo?

  • Anyone in Oslo can have the coronavirus vaccine.
  • You do not need to be a resident of Oslo to have the vaccine at Nydalen vaccination centre.
  • People without a D number or national identity number can also have the coronavirus vaccine.
  • Vaccination is voluntary and free of charge.
  • Remember to bring valid ID.

Find information about coronavirus in several languages

Coronavirus vaccines for children and adolescents under the age of 16

The City of Oslo is vaccinating children and adolescents between 5-11 and 12-15 years of age.

Do I need to make an appointment?

  • We recommend making an appointment to avoid long waiting times.
  • Parents/guardians need to contact the vaccination centre to make an appointment for any children aged between 5 and 11 years.
  • Anyone who is 12 years of age or older can have the vaccine at the vaccination centre via drop-in appointments.
  • There is a separate drop-in queue.

How to book an appointment

Have you received an SMS about booking a vaccination appointment?

If you have received an SMS with a link to make an online booking for a vaccination appointment, please use the link from the SMS to book your appointment.

Which types of vaccine are available?

The City of Oslo offers coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax.

What are the vaccine recommendations in Norway?

Dose 1 and 2

  • You are free to choose which vaccine to have.
  • When you have received your first vaccine dose, you need to wait a few weeks before you can have the next dose:
    • Six weeks for people over the age of 18
    • 12 weeks for people between 12 and 17 years of age
  • Different vaccine types can be combined without increased risk of serious adverse reactions.

Read more about coronavirus vaccines and booster doses

Read more about coronavirus vaccines and adverse reactions

Dose 3 (booster dose)

Dose 3 is recommended for everyone who:

  • is 45 years of age or older
  • is in a high-risk group
  • works in the health and social care services

Healthy people between 18 and 44 years of age can also have the booster dose (Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax). You need to wait at least 20 weeks between dose 2 and dose 3 (the booster dose).

Dose 4 (booster dose)

Dose 4 is recommended for everyone who:

If you do not belong to these groups, you cannot yet have dose 4.

Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax are available as booster vaccines. From 21 September, we will also offer the updated COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer.

  • You need to wait at least four months between dose 3 and dose 4
  • If you have had COVID-19, you need to wait at least three weeks before you can have dose 4. The effect will increase if you wait longer.

We are also planning to start giving dose 4 (booster dose) to:

  • persons between 18 and 64 years of age with an underlying risk of severe illness in the event of contracting COVID-19.

You will receive information about this when it becomes relevant to you.

Are you planning to travel abroad?

  • Many countries require visitors to have a valid COVID-19 pass.
  • You yourself must check which advice and rules apply to the country you are traveling to
  • Nydalen vaccination centre can help non-digital users to print their COVID-19 pass from Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 15:00. You need to attend in person and remember to bring valid ID.
  • Nydalen vaccination centre cannot provide advice on travel and vaccinations and is unable to provide guidance to those who will be travelling.
  • Read more about digital COVID-19 pass
  • Read more about printing COVID-19 pass
  • You can also download the Re-open EU and Reiseklar apps free of charge.

Do you want to register a vaccine you have had abroad?

  • Nydalen vaccination centre will post-register any approved vaccinations received abroad.
  • You can attend via drop-in.
  • Remember to bring valid ID and documentation of the vaccination.
  • Post-registration is free of charge.

Overview of vaccination types that can be post-registered (information in Norwegian)

Post-registration of coronavirus vaccines

The coronavirus helpline

Please do not hesitate to contact the coronavirus helpline if you require any further information about the coronavirus vaccine. The helpline will, among other things, be able to provide you with information about having the vaccine after having COVID-19. See opening hours and call the coronavirus helpline.

Informasjon på norsk

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