Feeling lucky? Sign up for a surplus vaccine and get jabbed today!

Should you get the green light, you’ll have 30 minutes to act, so keep that taxi number on speed dial!

All residents in the Capital Region are permitted to sign up for a waiting list for excess corona vaccines.

Previously the offer was only open to people who had already received an invitation to get vaccinated.

However, the waiting list is only run on a day-by-day basis, so you need to sign up every single day, and older people will be prioritised. 

The daily deadline to sign up at regionh.dk is 13:30.

Half an hour to get there
Should you sign up and be selected, you would get a call and be expected to turn up within 30 minutes.

The Capital Region explained yesterday that the system should ensure no vaccines are wasted.

On average, between one and five vaccines are left over every day at the capital’s centres.

Around 6,000 jabs a day are currently being administered at the Capital Region’s centres.





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