Register to get vaccinated and help life at MU and beyond get back to normal

On Friday, 4 June, people aged 16 to 29 will be able to register for vaccinations. According to available information, self-payers should be eligible in mid-June. So, take advantage of the opportunity and make an appointment. Not only will you be helping life at Masaryk University get back to normal, but as a member of the academic community you will also be doing the socially responsible thing. But don’t forget about the practical advantages of getting vaccinated; receiving your shot will make it easier to do many things, like get your hair cut, go to the theatre, or travel abroad.

3 Jun 2021

We have prepared some answers to the most important questions you might have.

I want to get vaccinated. What do I have to do?

On 4 June 2021 people aged 16 to 26 will be able to register for a vaccination. You must register through the Ministry of Health’s Central Reservation System (in Czech only). We recommend you pick a vaccination site by first checking site capacity and approximate waiting times here (in Czech only). If you have already registered and received an SMS with a PIN2 code prompting you to make an appointment, select the date of your first shot keeping in mind that you must come for a second jab exactly 42 days later. You cannot reschedule. Make sure that you show up to receive your second dose at the scheduled time.

I am not a Czech citizen. Can I get vaccinated?

You can register if you are in the Czech public health insurance system, or if you are insured in another EU Member State and you are entitled to full support (i.e., a holder of the S1 standard form), or if you are insured in another EU Member State and, based on your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), you are entitled to medically necessary healthcare and you register with a Czech health insurance provider for this purpose.

Based on the current strategy of the Government of the Czech Republic, vaccinations are only available to people participating in the Czech public health insurance system but not to people with private insurance. By mid-June self-payers should be allowed to register. We will keep you up to date on the latest news. Follow to get up-to-date information.

You can read more about vaccinations for foreign nationals here:

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