Who can get vaccinated in Oslo?
The coronavirus vaccine is available to everyone. You do not need to be a resident of Oslo to get vaccinated as this service is available to all, including visitors.
Drop-in and appointment booking for dose 1, 2, 3 and 4
Drop-in is open to everyone from the age of 12 and up at all vaccine centers. You can show up at any vaccine centre in Oslo for a drop-in appointment. If you prefer to make an appointment in advance you can contact one of the vaccine centres directly.
Everyone under the age of 16 must have the consent of their parents to receive the corona vaccine. Remember to bring a consent and self-declaration form if you are under the age of 16.
The appointment for dose 2 is set up when you get dose 1 of the vaccine. You can also drop-in to get dose 2. If you prefer to make an appointment in advance you can contact one of the vaccine centres directly.
- You must remember to comply with the minimum interval between doses:
- 6 weeks for residents above the age of 18
- 12 weeks for residents aged 16 or 17 (born in 2005-2006)
Dose 3 (booster dose)
Everyone over the age of 18 can now take dose 3 at all vaccine centers in Oslo. You must make sure that there is the correct interval between doses 2 and 3 (20 weeks).
Dose 4 (second booster dose)
If you are 80 years or older, have received 3 doses and have not had COVID-19 since then, you can receive a new booster dose (dose 4) if you wish. The dose can be given no earlier than 4 months after the last booster dose.
It is up to each individual in this age group to decide if they want a fourth dose. People in this age group will not actively be contacted to make an appointment.
To get the vaccine you can drop-in at one of the vaccine centers in Oslo, or book an appointment by contacting the vaccine center directly. You will find an overview of all the vaccine centers on this page under the heading 'Where can I get vaccinated?'.
FHI recommends dose 4 for people with severe immune deficiency. You can read more about this further down on this page.
If you do not have a D number, a GP or BankID
If you have or are waiting for a D number, or you live in Oslo but are not registered in the National Population Register, do not have a GP or BankID, do the following to get a vaccination appointment:
- Call the Coronavirus helpline on phone 21 80 21 82, press the number for “vaccine"
- The Coronavirus helpline is available in several languages and also has access to an interpreting service
Which vaccine can I get?
The vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are available. We also offer the vaccine from Novavax, which is available from the vaccination centre in Nydalen on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Where can I get vaccinated?
You can get vaccinated at any vaccine centre in Oslo. They operate with different opening hours. To find a vaccine centre's address, opening hours and contact details, please select a district below. Please note that this information is provided in Norwegian:
- Gamle Oslo
- Nordre Aker
- St. Hanshaugen
- Søndre Nordstrand
- Vestre Aker
Children and adolescents
Children aged 5-11 are offered one dose of the vaccine. Children in this age group will not automatically receive a vaccination appointment, an appointment must be made by contacting a vaccine centre directly. Starting April 5th 2022, the coronavirus vaccine for children aged 5-11 will only be available from the vaccine centre in Bydel Bjerke.
You may contant the vaccine centre for advice and guidance regarding the vaccine, and to set up an appointment.
Residents over the age of 12 can make use of the drop-in vaccination service in their district.
The required interval between dose 1 and 2 is 12 weeks.
It is recommended that residents under the age of 18 are offered the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine.
Consent and self-declaration from parents
Everyone under the age of 16 must have the consent of their parents to receive the corona vaccine. You must bring the consent form to the vaccination appointment. The self-declaration form must also be completed by a parent in advance of vaccination.
People with severe immune deficiency
People with severe immune deficiency are advised a primary vaccination series consisting of 3 doses, as well as one booster dose 3 months after dose 3, ie a fourth dose.
For primary vaccination, an interval of 3 or 4 weeks between doses is recommended, depending on the preparation. The booster dose can be given as early as 3 months after the last dose in the primary vaccination series (after dose 3).
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health emphasizes that most people with severe immune deficiency will have achieved a good level of protection if they have followed the current vaccination recommendations, but that some may still benefit from additional doses (in addition to 3 + 1). An assessment of the need for additional doses including vaccine type and dose interval must be made on an individual basis in consultation with a General Practitioner (GP) or specialist.
In cases where the GP or specialist considers that there is a need for additional doses in addition to the 4 doses already recommended, documentation from the GP or specialist must be brought to the vaccine center.
Remember to bring documentation that shows that you are in the target group. Valid documentation can be a letter from the specialist healthcare service, or proof of medication use in the form of a prescription, e-prescription or packaging with the name and dated label from the pharmacy. On FHI's website, you can find more information about which documentation requirements apply to you.
Vaccination if you have already had covid-19
On FHI’s website you can find detailed information about what applies to you if you have been vaccinated and have already had covid-19. Relevant topics you can read about include vaccine booster doses, level of protection against infection and the covid-19 certificate.
You can also contact a vaccine centre for advice and guidance. A list of vaccine centres can be found further down on this website.
You can access your digital COVID-19 certificate on Helsenorge.no if you have a national ID number or D-number. You can use BankID, BankID on mobile or similar solutions to log in. There are other ways to get the COVID-19 certificate if you do not have a national ID number or D-number.
Your COVID-19 certificate can be used as documentary proof of vaccination, that you have had COVID-19 disease, or a negative test result based on a test taken by a healthcare professional.
For people who for various reasons cannot log on to Helsenorge.no, the vaccine center in Bydel Bjerke and Bydel Vestre Aker offers printing services so that non-digital users can get a printout of the COVID-19 certificate. You must show up in person to use this service.
Vaccination and international travel
It is up to you as a traveller to familiarize yourself with the rules that apply to the country you are travelling to. We do not give out information or provide guidance regarding the coronavirus vaccine in relation to travel.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched the travel app 'Reiseklar' which you may download. The 'Reiseklar' app provides travel information, advice and travel registration. You can read more about the app here (in Norwegian).
If you need the coronavirus vaccine to extend your covid-19 certificate, please contact your local vaccine centre for more information. You can also show up for a drop-in appointment or contact the vaccine centre directly to make an appointment in advance. Please ensure that you are informed about the recommended intervals between vaccine doses.
Registration of vaccinations received abroad
If you received a covid-19 vaccine abroad, you can have it registered at one of Oslos vaccination centers. The registration is free.
The following vaccines are approved for registration:
- Comirnaty (BioNTech/Pfizer)
- Spikevax (Moderna)
- Vaxzevria (Astra Zeneca)
- Sinopharm BIBP
You may contact the vaccination center to get an appointment, or drop in at your convenience. Remember to bring a valid ID (for example passport or driving license) and documentation of your vaccination.