Vaccinations for foreigners in Poznań

Poznań vaccination points for COVID-19 invite also foreigners. Foreigners can receive a free vaccine - all they need is an identity card and a declaration of residence in Poland.

A picture shows a hospital working person preparing a syringe, probably containing a vaccine. - grafika artykułu
The basis for issuing a referral for vaccination is an address of residence in Poland (registration of residency is not required).

Foreigners can get vaccinated against COVID-19 in Poland if they stay in Poland for a minimum of 30 days or are employed under an employment contract.

If someone has a PESEL number - it is enough to have an ID card. If someone does not have a PESEL number - they should take a passport. 

The basis for issuing a referral for vaccination is an address of residence in Poland (registration of residency is not required).

Children over 12 who live with their parents in Poland can also be vaccinated.

Anyone interested in receiving the vaccine must fill in a questionnaire. They are also available in Ukrainian and Russian and can be found in city hospitals and at POSUM.

Vaccinations at the J. Strusia Municipal Hospital are carried out in November on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm and on Saturdays between 10:30 am and 2:00 pm. 

Attention! Between 19 and 22 November, the Vaccination Center at the J. Strusia Hospital will be closed.

Vaccinations at the F. Raszei Municipal Hospital are carried out every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Additionally, every Friday they are carried out in the building of the Provincial Office at al. Niepodległości 16/18, and on every Monday and Friday in the mobile point - at the PKP railway station in Poznań, between 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm. 

The Poznań Center of Specialist Medical Services (POSUM) carries out vaccination against COVID-19 on Wednesdays and Fridays, between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm.

Statistical data show that the number of foreigners in Poland is constantly growing. This year, there was an increase by 15% compared to last year. The largest group are people of Ukrainian and Belarusian nationality. Currently, it is estimated that a residence permit in the Wielkopolskie Voivodship is held by - 48.8 thousand people. This data does not include persons staying in Poland temporarily, e.g. under visa-free travel or on the basis of visas.

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