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Tallinn opens five more COVID-19 prevention stations

This week, Tallinn opens five more places that provide consultations and vaccinations against COVID-19.

Today at noon, consultation and vaccination station is 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). All COVID-19 prevention stations are opened during weekdays from 12 to 19 and during weekends from 10 to 17.

Also, consultarion and vaccination centres in Lindakivi Culture House (Jaan Koorti 22) and Põhja-Tallinn Community House(Kari 13) are opened with the same timetable.

The testing, consultation and vaccination centre on Freedom Square, is opened daily from 9 to 21.

On Wednesday, the 17th November, consultation and vaccination centre is opened in Balti jaam (Central Train Station).

All COVID-19 prevention stations are opened without pre-bookings and are free for people, except when you'd like to have a PCR-test without a doctor's referral.

Source: Ministry of Social Affairs

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