Coronavirus vaccination situation in Espoo on Monday 27 December 2021

Published: 28.12.2021 10.27Updated: 30.12.2021 10.24

This news article describes the situation concerning coronavirus vaccinations in Espoo on Monday 27 December at 16:00. Please note that our news articles contain information that was valid at the time of publication. The situation concerning vaccinations is changing rapidly at the moment.

Appointment booking for 40–49-year-olds starts on 28 December

Appointment booking for the third dose of the coronavirus vaccine starts for 40–49-year-old Espoo residents on Tuesday 28 December before noon. You can book an appointment online at link).

Espoon keskus vaccination site opens on Tuesday 28 December

The new vaccination site in Espoon keskus will open its doors on Tuesday 28 December. The vaccination site is located at Lakelankatu 1. Once the new site is operating at full capacity, we will be able to administer approximately 11,000 vaccine doses per week there. This week, vaccination appointments are available at the vaccination site from Tuesday 28 to Thursday 30 December, also in the evening.

The City of Espoo received executive assistance from the Finnish Defence Forces under the Communicable Diseases Act on Monday 27 December regarding the arrangements at the Espoon keskus vaccination site. The Defence Forces assisted the city in the handling of materials and the transfer of vaccination-related equipment to the site.

More vaccination appointments for 5–11-year-olds

Vaccines for children aged 5–11 who do not belong to risk groups are currently administered at vaccination sites. The available appointments were quickly booked, but we will offer more appointments once we have ensured that we have enough vaccination staff. We will inform you when more appointments are available and when this age group shows correctly in the online system at link).

Do you have questions about vaccinations? Check

We receive a lot of feedback and numerous questions about the coronavirus and vaccinations. We are unfortunately unable to respond to individual messages. The same people who respond to messages are also responsible for organising vaccinations, which means that responding to messages would delay the vaccination process. Before sending us your question, we ask you to first check if you could find an answer on our website at Please also read the linked news on the page.

The next situation report will be published when we have information on new changes.

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