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Vaccination timeline



The reservation date for the second dose can be changed online in the reservation system, by contacting line 1221 or the vaccination center. Check the possibility of changing the second dose in the vaccination site report by selecting your vaccination site. Not every vaccination site allows for a change, some have a preferred way to change the date.

2022

15 August 2022 - people 18+ will be able to register for a second booster dose

18 July 2022 - second booster doses will be available from GPs, GP surgeries or vaccination sites without prior registration for people 18+

1 March 2022 - Novavax vaccine arrives in the Czech Republic, and vaccination with this vaccine begins (only in Czech).

15 February 2022 - vaccination certificates will be reduced to nine months. A re-vaccination will be required for certificate renewal. 

1 February 2022 - it is possible to express interest in vaccination with the NOVAVAX vaccine by filling in the vaccination registration form and selecting the type of vaccine Novavax/Nuvaxovid.  You will be informed of vaccination sites in your preferred region based on your expressed interest. This can be done at crs.uzis.cz.

24 January 2022 - persons 12+ will be able to register for the booster (vaccination) (eligibility after five months)
Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic leaflet on booster benefits for 12 - 17 year olds

4. January 2022 - people 18+ will be able to register for the booster (re-vaccination) (eligible after five months)

2021

27 December 2021 - people 30+ will be able to register for the booster (re-vaccination after five months)

17 December 2021 - people 45+ will be able to register for the booster dose (re-vaccination after five months). 

6 December 2021 - People vaccinated with Janssen will start receiving text messages informing them of the possibility of being re-vaccinated two months after the first dose.

Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic leaflet on the booster dose (only in Czech)

29 November 2021 - people over the age of 60 and people at risk (e.g. chronic patients) can go for a booster dose after just five months.

18 October 2021 - the booster dose can be given as early as six months after the second dose (for the Janssen vaccine from the first dose)

20 September 2021 - the start of revaccination with the booster dose (more)

2 September 2021 - the start of administration of additional doses for
selected patients (more)

12 June 2021 - Two mobile vaccination sites (only in Czech) are launched where people who are not yet registered at any vaccination site can be vaccinated. One mobile vaccination centre is located in OC Westfield Chodov, the second one is located at Hl. nádraží in Prague. 

1 July 2021 - registration of persons 12+ will start

  • Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic´s leaflet on vaccination of the age category 12 - 15 years,
  • pre-vaccination questionnaire (only in Czech) for the age group 12-15 years,
  • information (only in Czech) on vaccination for the age group 12-15 years,
  • list of vaccination sites for persons aged 12-15 years.

... before this date, registration for vaccination was gradually launched according to age and risk groups. Now anyone over five years of age can register for the vaccination, and anyone over 12 years of age can register for the booster dose (only in Czech).