Van der Bellen invites you to Piks against Corona in the “vaccination castle”

16.10.2021 11:02

(Akt. 16.10.2021 11:11)


Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen invites you to the Corona vaccination in the Hofburg in Vienna on the national holiday.
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On the national holiday, Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen invites you to the corona vaccination in the Hofburg. Those interested can have their vaccinations given in the marble hall of the Hofburg.

Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen invites you to the Hofburg for the corona vaccination on the national holiday. “Get your spades in Austria’s most beautiful vaccination street, in the marble hall of the Hofburg. And then I invite you to stroll through the presidential chancellery,” advertises the head of state in a video on YouTube: “We are making the Hofburg an vaccination castle this year!”

Corona vaccination in the Hofburg in cooperation with the City of Vienna

In cooperation with the City of Vienna and the Johanniter, the Hofburg organizes a vaccination route for everyone who has not yet been vaccinated. As a thank you, a tour of the representative premises of the presidential office is waiting, it said. Because of the Covid-19 situation, a “classic open day” is not possible this year either. Therefore, the Hofburg is only open to those who want to be vaccinated.

Registration for vaccination appointment on the national holiday

The Impfstraße in the Hofburg is organized together with the vaccination service of the City of Vienna. Interested parties can register at www.impfservice.wien/corona and register for the vaccination appointment on October 26 between 12 and 6 p.m. Alternatively, you can also book an appointment by calling the toll-free number 1450. For those who decide spontaneously, there will be a small contingent of free dates.

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Van der Bellen invites Piks Corona vaccination castle

 
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