With two more mobile vaccination offers, the city administration will offer these four vaccination opportunities on site in the coming week (August 2 to 8, 2021):
- Monday, Aug. 2, 12 to 6 p.m., Dransdorf Neighborhood Association, Lenaustraße 14.
- Tuesday, Aug. 3, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., Pennenfeld Neighborhood Association, Maidenheadstr. 20
- Wednesday, August 4, 12 to 6 p.m. again Nachbarschaftstreff Pennenfeld, Maidenheadstr. 20
- Thursday, August 5, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Kunstrasen Bonn, Charles de Gaulle-Str./ Rheinaue
"With these mobile vaccination offers in the city districts, we want to increasingly reach those who are still somewhat undecided about vaccination," explained Dr. Susanne Engels, head of the Bonn Health Department. "It is noticeable that at the moment, young adults in particular are playing a greater role in the incidence of infection. That's why we're promoting that young people 16 and older also get vaccinated against Corona." The Standing Committee on Vaccination recommends this vaccination. Adolescents under the age of 18 need a written consent form from their parents.
Until Wednesday, August 4, it is still possible to receive an initial vaccination WITHOUT an appointment with the vaccines from BioNTech or Moderna at the Bonn Vaccination Center in the WCCB. From Monday, August 2, through Wednesday, August 4, there will be a special vaccination offer for people 16 years of age and older with BioNTech's vaccine. Beginning Thursday, Aug. 5, only Johnson & Johnson's single-use vaccine (for people 18 years of age and older) will be given.
The vaccination center will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Sept. 2. Exception: on Sunday, Aug. 1, the Immunization Center will be open from 2 to 8 p.m.
People without papers and without health insurance can also get vaccinated at the vaccination center and at the mobile vaccination campaigns without red tape. The MediNetz also offers vaccination appointments for this group of people. Contact can be made by e-mail to medinetzbonnmailboxorg or by telephone on 0175 - 5577907. In the context of the open consulting hour of the association, on Mondays from 17.30 to 19 o'clock in the Oscar Romero house in the Heerstraße 205 in 53111 Bonn interested persons are taken up on the inoculation list of the association and get then usually within some weeks an inoculation date.
184,210 people in Bonn have already been vaccinated twice, 231,208 people have received the first vaccination.
Incidence level 1 as of Thursday
A total of 104 acute Covid 19 cases have been registered in Bonn. Of these, 78 have become newly infected in the last seven days. 288 persons are in quarantine. Although the 7-day incidence continues to decline slightly and is now 23.7, Bonn will move to incidence level 1 on Thursday, July 29. Among other things, this means that meetings in public spaces without a limit will now only be allowed for members of five households. Otherwise, negative test evidence and, in certain cases, simple traceability are required. Masks are still required in retail stores and there are restrictions on the maximum number of people allowed per square meter. Neither a prior appointment nor a negative test result is required to visit the libraries. There is a requirement to wear medical mouth-to-nose protection. For ease of traceability, each visit is recorded.
Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)