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福島県 新型コロナウイルス感染症関連情報ポータル

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Notice on COVID-19 vaccinations(新型コロナ(しんがたころな)ワクチン(わくちん)接種(せっしゅ)について)

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1. The period when you can receive vaccinations

The period you can receive vaccinations is scheduled to be from 17 February, 2021 to the end of February 2022. The COVID-19 vaccine will be administered sequentially to healthcare related workers, the elderly, and those with underlying conditions. The vaccinations are scheduled to begin successively for the elderly on 12 April. For the basic schedule in your area, please check the public information provided by your municipality.

2. Vaccination frequency

It is necessary to receive two doses of the vaccine. For the Pfizer vaccine, a second dose is usually given three weeks after receiving the first.

3. Vaccination eligibility and priority

Residents 16 years old or older are eligible to receive the vaccine. As the vaccines are being distributed gradually, the vaccinations are being conducted based on priority guidelines. At this point, the vaccines will be offered in the following order.

4. Vaccination procedure and vaccine cost

You will receive the vaccination in the following procedures.

The vaccination is free of charge and fully funded by the government.

5. Regarding adverse reactions

The vaccines from foreign companies (being developed by Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Novavax), which are currently distributed in Japan now or being planned to be distributed, have been reported to sometimes cause the following adverse reactions after vaccination.

Please consider visiting or consulting with the medical institution where you received the vaccines or a medical institution in your area if you have a fever for two days or more, or if you have a serious adverse reaction after receiving the vaccines.

6. Obligatory effort to receive vaccinations

Although the central government recommends all eligible people should receive vaccinations, it is not compulsory. After becoming well informed about the vaccine from the central government, only people who give their consent are able to receive the vaccination. For those who will receive the vaccinations, they will do so by their own will after understanding both the benefits of preventing infections and the risks of adverse reactions of the vaccinations. People who do not give their consent will not receive the vaccinations.

Please do not force people at your workplace or those around you to receive vaccinations and do not discriminate against people who are not vaccinated.

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