Since its rollout in Basel, the COVID-19 vaccination campaign has been running at full speed.
If you haven't yet registered to get your vaccine appointment, there's no better time than the present!
Here is some useful information about the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Basel-Stadt:
Registrations are now open for all persons aged 12 and over;
The COVID-19 vaccine is offered free or charge for all the residents of Switzerland;
The vaccination is carried out by official, specialist medical personnel.
If you live in the canton of Basel-Stadt, you can register here: www.coronaimpfzentrumbasel.ch (0800 555 655)
In the canton of Basel-Landschaft, pre-registrations are now open for anyone over the age of 12 as well! You can find more information here.
If you live in the canton of Basel-Landschaft, you can register here: https://bl.impfung-covid.ch/
The BaselConnect team has already been immunized and we do hope that, if you haven't already, you'll join us. We know that we can only overcome COVID-19 if we act together, as a community. We hope that, very soon, we'll be able to organize events again and re-connect in face-to-face settings as well!
Take care and hope to see you soon!
The BaselConnect Team
Found a mistake in your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate? Here's what to do!
Mistakes happen, but if you notice that any of your personal details are incorrectly listed on your COVID-19 certificate, it's important that you take some steps to let the authorities know and request a correction.
One thing to watch out for is that your complete name (including first, middle and last names) is listed on the certificate. This will ensure that the name on your travel documents is also reflected in the COVID-19 certificate - which is really important if you'll need it to prove your vaccination status while travelling. For the canton of Basel-Stadt, you can request a correction by heading to the Impfzentrum and presenting your ID at one of the four available windows, dedicated to working with the public.
Then, you will want to check that your date of birth and vaccination dates are correct. The first will need to coincide with the birth date on your travel documents, while the latter will affect the expiration date of the vaccine certificate.