VFN VACCINATION CENTER
Faculty Polyclinic - Karlovo náměstí 32, Prague 2, 3rd floor, building C1 - A střed
ATTENTION. The vaccination center is not located on the main campus of the General University Hospital!
Center opening hours:
MON - FRI 7:30 - 15:00
Tel. : +420 224 966 320
WE EXPECT WITHOUT ORDERING:
- Covid-19 / Comirnaty vaccine from BioNTech / Pfizer - we vaccinate daily 7:30 - 15:00
- Covid-19 / children (5 - 11 years) - We're vaccinating every Tuesday Comirnaty mRNA vaccine from BioNTech / Pfizer
- Covid-19 / children 12+ - We're vaccinating daily Comirnaty vaccine from BioNTech / Pfizer
- Covid-19 / Nuvaxovid vaccine from Novavax - we vaccinate every Friday, only persons over 18 years of age
In the building of the Faculty Polyclinic of the General Hospital, orient yourself according to the navigation system.
- Follow the directional arrows that will take you to the vaccination center.
- Prepare an insurance card, ID card, if you are a chronic patient, and a medical report.
- Check in at the reception where our staff will discuss the vaccination process with you.
- Wait for the call to enter the surgery.
- After vaccination, sit in the waiting room and stay still for at least 30 minutes.
- Report any health problems immediately to the vaccination center staff.
- In case of health problems or complications, contact your general practitioner or emergency medical service and inform them about the performed vaccination.
- Please pay special attention to the following contraindications:
- acute illness,
- severe allergies to drugs, food, insects, etc.,
- anticoagulant and immunosuppressive therapy,
- other vaccinations in the previous 14 days,
- positive SARS-CoV2 (antigen, PCR) in the last 14 days,
- Pregnant women have an increased risk of severe Covid-19 disease over non-pregnant ones of the same age. Covid-19 may also increase the risk of preterm birth.
- Vaccination is now considered safe and effective at any stage of pregnancy, there is no evidence that vaccination should be delayed beyond the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
- For breastfeeding women, the use of mRNA vaccines is recommended. After vaccination of a breast-feeding woman, no action is required in case of planned vaccinations of the breast-fed child.
- For more information on vaccinating pregnant and breastfeeding women against Covid-19, see HERE.