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TU Berlin Begins COVID-19 Vaccination Program - Appointments on Fridays

Beginning 11 June 2021, Technische Universität Berlin will offer vaccinations against the coronavirus in cooperation with a vaccination service point. This offer initially applies only to employees and will be extended to students in mid-June. More than 320 vaccination appointments will be available on the first two days, 11 June and 18 June 2021. 

TU Berlin is working together with a vaccination service point to offer the first and second vaccine doses to its members. The BioNTech/Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine will be used for this initial phase of the program.

The registration portal will open on 16 June 2021 for appointments on 18 June 2021. New appointments will always be released on Fridays for the following week. These are exclusively available to members of TU Berlin. All TU Berlin members will be informed by email in good time. 

We kindly ask you to refrain from asking individual questions, including for medical advice or about scheduling an appointment. The Medical Service is also unable to advise on this.

"We would like to offer all interested members of TU Berlin the opportunity to receive a vaccination to protect their own health as well as prevent the spread of the virus in our community. The TU Berlin Crisis Committee is currently developing plans which gradually allow the University to return to on-campus activities through a combination of vaccinating, testing, and hygiene regulations. After three digital semesters, this is incredibly important for all areas of our work. We are making every effort to ensure we are prepared to offer in-person services on campus during winter semester 2021/22 as appropriate under the pandemic conditions. However, changes to our regulations will continue to be based on the current incidence rate and relevant hygiene regulations," says TU president, Professor Christian Thomsen.

Further information

Frequently asked questions about the University's vaccination program