Mobile vaccination unit at Campus Bockenheim on 17 August

More than half of the population got vaccinated. But we need more people who are vaccinated to stem the spread of COVID-19. Especially the existence of new mutations which are more dangerous makes a vaccination really necessary.

In cooperation with the city Frankfurt am Main Goethe University offers on Tuesday, August 17th, a vaccination mobile between 9:00 and 14:00 at Campus Bockenheim (Bockenheimer Landstraße 133, 60325 Frankfurt am Main). All students, employees and members of Goethe University who did not get vaccinated yet can get vaccinated there, regardless of their place of residence. The vaccine is the vector vaccine Johnson & Johnson. This vaccine only needs to be administered once.

Please register yourself until Friday, August 13th, 12:00 at

Please bring those following documents to your appointment in front of Neue Mensa:

  • identity card (to get registered at RKI)
  • Goethe-Card
  • health insurance card
  • your vaccination certificate (if you have)

Further you have to bring, fill out and sign

  • the medical history
  • information sheet about a vector vaccine / agreement to get vaccinated
  • data protection sheet

On the website of Robert Koch-Institut you can find the medical history form as well as the information sheet on vector vaccines in various languages. We will send you the information sheet on data privacy together with confirmation of your registration..

Goethe University is planning in-person attendance for the forthcoming winter semester – provided that this can be done responsibly. This, university life, society and all kinds of personal contact can only succeed if “herd immunity” is established: Please therefore take advantage of this opportunity to get vaccinated! You will protect yourself as well as everyone else!

In case someone is unable to come on 17 August, the university plans to make more appointments at the end of September to be sure that everyone who wants is able to get vaccinated. We will keep you informed on our website.

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