Tallinn to open five more COVID prevention points

On November 15, at 12 noon, the city of Tallinn, in cooperation with a private medical service provider, will open four additional COVID-19 advising and vaccination points in Haabersti, Lasnamäe and Kristiine. On Wednesday, November 17, a service point will also be established in the Tallinn Baltic Station.

“Based on the experience of the previously operating COVID prevention points, it is confirmed that when vaccination is easily available and provided with counselling, people are eager to visit. Therefore, we decided to further expand the service so that everyone could find a suitable location,” said Deputy Mayor Betina Beškina. “Infection rates have been declining gradually in recent days, and although it is uncertain whether this trend will continue, statistics clearly show that people who are vaccinated are less likely to get infected and, in the case of infection, the course of illness is easier."

Today at 12 noon, advising and vaccination points will be opened in Haabersti Rimi (Haabersti 1), Linnamäe Maxima car park (Linnamäe tee 57), Kristiine Shopping Centre (Endla 45) and Ülemiste Shopping Centre (Suur-Sõjamäe 4). The COVID prevention points will be open on weekdays from 12 noon to 7 pm and on weekends from 10 am to 5 pm.

Advising, vaccination and testing points at the Lindakivi Cultural Centre (Jaan Koorti 22) and the Põhja-Tallinn Administration and Community Building (Kari 13) also remain open during the same working hours. The advising, vaccination and testing point on Vabaduse Square is operating daily from 9 am to 9 pm.

On Wednesday, November 17, a new COVID prevention point will be opened at the Tallinn Baltic Station (Toompuiestee 37).

All service points operate without prior reservation and are free of charge, except for the PCR test without a referral notice.