Registration information

You have expressed an interest in a vaccination for COVID-19. Here, you will find all the key information about registration for the vaccination. Please read it carefully.

To register, you must have a mobile phone number. If you do not have a mobile phone, you can use someone else’s mobile phone (e.g. a family member, friend, carer or neighbour). Only those who do not have a mobile phone number should register by calling 0800 555 655.

When you attend your vaccination appointments, please bring the following full documents:

▪ Swiss health insurance card
▪ Identity card or passport
▪ Vaccination record (if you have one)
▪ Cross-border commuters only: Cross-border commuter certificate
▪ Booster vaccination: Please bring proof of Covid-19 vaccinations received to date, if possible the vaccination certificate (electronic or printed with readable QC code).
Persons with immunodeficiency: referral from the attending physician or health care professional.

If you have any issues with registration or the vaccination appointment, or if you need any other support, please call us on the following toll-free number: 0800 555 655. You can also visit our FAQ page or send us your questions by email:


The basic immunization requires two vaccinations, you will receive both dates by SMS. The second vaccination takes place about four weeks later. Only about two weeks after the second vaccination is the protection complete.

Please do not come to the vaccination appointment if you suffer from the following symptoms on the day of vaccination: Fever/feeling feverish, cough, sore throat, loss of taste (smelling/tasting) or malaise. If you are unable to attend the vaccination appointment, please use the link provided to cancel or reschedule.

The vaccination centre is run by Centramed. In addition to the medical staff who administer the vaccination, a doctor will also be available to answer your questions.

Prior to your visit at the vaccination centre in Hall 4 of the Congress Center Basel (Messeplatz 21), please read through the most recent information about Corona virus vaccination from the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH).