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It is vaccinated gradually - first of all, those people who have a particularly high risk of a serious or fatal course of the disease or a particularly high occupational risk of becoming infected or those in need of protection.

The sequence of vaccinations of the Coronavirus Vaccination Ordinance of the Federal Ministry of Health is based on the vaccination recommendation of the Standing Vaccination Commission (STIKO) at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), which was drawn up taking legal, ethical and medical aspects into account. Prioritization is first necessary because not enough vaccine is available to immediately vaccinate all people who want such a vaccination.

 

Please note that groups of people in priority groups 1, 2 and 3 can register for a vaccination appointment at the vaccination center. These include:

  • People who have reached the age of 60
     

People from the following professional groups:

  • People who work in inpatient and semi-inpatient facilities for the elderly or people in need of care
    • e.g. nurses,
    • Doctors
    • Administrative staff,
    • Cleaning and housekeeping staff,
    • Legal supervisors,
    • Employees in hospices,
    • Pastors
       
  • People who regularly vaccinate against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus or As part of outpatient care services, regularly treat, care for or care for elderly people or people in need of care, as well as people who perform assessment or testing activities in the context of outpatient care
    • e.g. nurses,
    • Intensive care nurses,
    • Doctors
    • Employees of the Community Nurse Plus project
  • People who regularly treat, look after or care for people in medical facilities who are at a very high risk of a serious or fatal course of disease after infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus,especially in oncology or transplant medicine or in the treatment of severely immunocompromised patients.
    • E.g. oncology
    • Transplant medicine
    • Dialysis centers
       
  • People who work in medical facilities with a very high risk of exposure (hospital, MVZ, medical practice)
    • like intensive care units,
    • Emergency rooms and medical services,
    • Emergency services (also first responders)
    • Emergency chaplain
    • as a provider of specialized outpatient palliative care,
    • SARS-CoV-2 vaccination centers
    • in areas in which aerosol-generating activities relevant to an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are carried out
  • Individuals working in medical facilitiesor as part of the exercise of a medical profession are active with a high or increased risk of exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus (or are their own medical facility),
    • e.g. doctors and other staff with regular, direct patient contact,
    • Blood and plasma donation service personnel
    • Personnel in laundries in hospitals and care facilities
    • Personnel in corona test centers / test sites,
    • Midwives,
    • Staff in therapeutic practices,
    • Personnel at body-hugging service providers (e.g. podiatrists),
    • Staff in rehabilitation clinics,
    • Staff in geriatric clinics,
    • Employees of home emergency call providers
  • People who work in inpatient facilities for mentally or mentally handicapped people or who regularly treat, care for or care for mentally or mentally handicapped people as part of outpatient services
    • E.g. employees in integration assistance
    • Nursing staff,
    • Healing educators,
    • Employees in housekeeping, technology, administration
    • Specialized staff in outpatient integration assistance services
  • Staff in Corona outpatient departments, Corona practices and Corona consultation hours
     
  • Personnel in established general practitioners' or specialist practices
     
  • Staff in dental offices
     
  • Personnel in psychotherapeutic practices
     
  • Supervising magistrates, on-call magistrates and judicial officers / lawyers who work, for example, in the LKH / penal system
  • Personnel in the service sector who perform regular activities in care facilities
    • e.g. physiotherapists,
    • Occupational therapists
    • Podiatrists,
    • Employees from medical services,
    • Opticians,
    • Hearing aid acousticians,
    • Body-friendly services such as hairdressers,
    • Supervision judges, on-call judges
    • Legal clerks of the supervisory court
    • Career supervisors
    • Legal supervisors
       
  • Dialysis center staff
  • Soldiers who are exposed to a high risk of infection when deployed abroad
  • Personnel in particularly relevant positions in the public health service / personnel in crematoria
  • Personnel in a particularly relevant position to maintain the hospital infrastructure
  • Persons who work in a facility according to Section 36 (1) number 3 or number 4 of the Infection Protection Act or another facility for homeless people or in women's shelters (This also includes: homeless shelters or facilities for the collective accommodation of asylum seekers, enforceable persons obliged to leave the country, refugees and repatriates)
  • People who regularly work with older people or people in need of care within the framework of the offers for support in everyday life within the meaning of Section 45a of the Eleventh Book of the Social Code
    • E.g. employees of the AUA (offers for support in everyday life), certified according to § 45a Abs. 2 SGB XI
       
  • Active in child day care
    • e.g. in day-care centers(if you work regularly in the facility and you have contact with staff or children in the facility)
    • Day mothers and fathers
    • Children's and youth homes and nursing homes(if you work regularly in the facility and you have contact with staff or children in the facility)
       
  • Employees in primary schools and special schools (if regularly active in the facility and you have contact with employees or children in the facility)
  • Personnel active in day-care and in-patient facilities to help with upbringing (if you work regularly in the facility and you have contact with staff or children in the facility)
  • Police and law enforcement officers who are exposed to a high risk of infection in the exercise of their work to ensure public order, especially during demonstrations
    • Police officers
    • Employees in the public order office
    • Correctional officers - and civil servants
  • Company medical staff

 

  • Persons who work abroad for chambers of commerce abroad, including delegations and representative offices of the German economy, Germany Trade and Invest - Gesellschaft für Außenwirtschaft und Standortmarketing mbH, German political foundations or organizations and institutions based in the Federal Republic of Germany in the areas of crisis prevention, stabilization , Post-conflict rehabilitation, development cooperation, humanitarian aid or foreign cultural and educational policy or, as a German citizen, work in international organizations in places with inadequate health care and are consequently exposed to a high risk of infection
  • Persons who, as German citizens, work in international organizations in places with inadequate health care
  • Persons who work in diplomatic missions of the Federal Republic of Germany or for the German Archaeological Institute at locations with inadequate health care
  • Members of constitutional bodies(if residing in Rhineland-Palatinate) (You can find the form for submission at the vaccination appointment here)
  • Personnel active in the constitutional bodies, governments and administrations, in the armed forces, in the police, in customs, in the fire brigade, in disaster control including the technical relief organization, in the judiciary and administration of justice(if residing in Rhineland-Palatinate). (You can find the form for submission at the vaccination appointment here)
  • Personnel working abroad at the German diplomatic missions abroad, (if residing in Rhineland-Palatinate)

 

  • Persons who work abroad for chambers of commerce abroad, including delegations and representative offices of the German economy, Germany Trade and Invest - Gesellschaft für Außenwirtschaft und Standortmarketing mbH at German diplomatic missions, German political foundations or organizations and institutions based in the Federal Republic of Germany in in the areas of crisis prevention, stabilization, post-conflict rehabilitation, development cooperation, humanitarian aid or foreign cultural and educational policy or are active as German citizens in international organizations (provided they live in Rhineland-Palatinate)You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere.
  • Election workers(if you live in Rhineland-Palatinate). You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere).
  • Personnel working in institutions and companies in the critical infrastructure(if residing in Rhineland-Palatinate), especially:
    • Pharmacy
    • Pharmaceutical industry
    • Funeral services
    • Food industry
    • Water and energy supply
    • Sanitation and waste management
    • Transportation and traffic
    • Information and telecommunications technology
    • Banking, finance and insurance
    • Media and culture

The Federal Government's KRITIS strategy defines which areas are affected as follows: "Critical infrastructures (KRITIS) are organizations or facilities with important significance for the state community, if they fail or are impaired, lasting supply bottlenecks, significant disruptions to public safety or other dramatic ones Consequences would occur. "(You can find an overview here: https://www.kritis.bund.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/BBK/DE/Downloads/Kritis/KRITIS_Sektoreneinteilung.pdf?__blob=publicationFile See also question:Does my employer belong to the critical infrastructure and am I therefore eligible for vaccination? You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere

  • Medical staff with a low exposure risk, especially in laboratories, and staff who do not care for patients(if you live in Rhineland-Palatinate). You can find the form for submission at the vaccination appointment here.
  • Grocery retail staff(if you live in Rhineland-Palatinate).You can find the form for submission at the vaccination appointment here.
  • People who work in child and youth welfare facilities and services (especially outpatient child and youth welfare) that are not covered by Section 3 (1) number 9 of the Corona vaccination ordinance(if you live in Rhineland-Palatinate). You can find the form for submission at the vaccination appointment here.
  • People who work in schools (especially secondary schools) that are not covered by Section 3 Paragraph 1 Number 9 of the Corona vaccination ordinanceor at universities (if you live in Rhineland-Palatinate). (School types e.g .: Realschule Plus, grammar schools, integrated comprehensive schools, vocational schools, health-related vocational schools, nursing schools, evening grammar schools, colleges).
  • People (if they live in Rhineland-Palatinate) who have a significantly increased risk of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus due to their working or living conditions.The central criterion for the working conditions is a working environment that makes a close exchange with people imperative. This can include, for example: People working in social counseling centers and people working in body-friendly services, seasonal workers, employees in the meat processing industry, employees in distribution centers for parcel services or other staff at workplaces with many people in rooms with insufficient fresh air. Detainees also belong to this category. People who, due to their circumstances, have a significantly increased risk of infection with the coronavirus include, for example, the homeless and homeless people or people with special social difficulties. You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere.

 

 

People with the following previous illnesses or disabilities:

(see also question: Which pre-existing illnesses / disabilities qualify me for a vaccination and which documents do I need?):

  • Trisomy 21 or thalidomide damage
  • People with intellectual disabilities
  • People with a disability who receive benefits in accordance with SGB IX or SGB VIII or SGB XI
  • Interstitial lung disease (COPD, cystic fibrosis or other similarly severe chronic lung disease)
  • bronchial asthma
  • Cirrhosis of the liver and other chronic liver diseases
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Muscular dystrophy or comparable neuromuscular disease
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Heart failure, arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, or arterial hypertension
  • Immunodeficiency, HIV infection, or autoimmune disease
  • Obesity with a body mass index over 30
  • Cancers
  • Chronic neurological diseases
  • Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Rheumatic diseases
  • People after organ transplantation
  • dementia
  • Psychiatric illness (particularly bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and major depression)
  • Prioritize people for whom, according to an individual medical assessment, there is a high risk of a serious or fatal course of the disease after infection due to special circumstances in individual cases (see also question "Information on individual decisions“)

You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointment for the listed pre-existing illnesses / disabilities of priority groups 2 and 3here

 

In addition, the other groups:

  • Residents of nursing homes and inpatient and semi-inpatient facilities for the treatment and care of the elderly or people in need of care
  • Residents of a facility according to Section 36 (1) number 3 or number 4 of the Infection Protection Act or another facility for homeless people or in women's shelters (this also includes: homeless shelters or facilities for the collective accommodation of asylum seekers, enforceable persons obliged to leave the country, refugees and repatriates)
  • Up to two close contact persons for pregnant women(see also questionWhen can contact persons of pregnant women be vaccinated and which documents do they need?),
  • Up to two close contact persons of a person in need of care who is not in a facility (with a recognized degree of care) who has reached the age of 70 or who has a very high or high risk of a serious or fatal course of the disease after an infection with the coronavirus SARS CoV-2 exists.More information under question:When can contact persons of people in need of care be vaccinated and which documents do they need?), You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere
  • Up to two close contacts from a person in need of care who is not in a facility (with a recognized degree of care) who has reached the age of 60 or who has an increased risk of a serious or fatal course of the disease after an infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV- 2 consists of: The people in need of care must either be over 60 years old or have one of the symptoms mentioned. More information under question:When can contact persons of people in need of care be vaccinated and which documents do they need?). You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere
  • People (provided they live in Rhineland-Palatinate) who have a significantly increased risk of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus due to their working or living conditions.The central criterion for the working conditions is a working environment that makes a close exchange with people imperative. This can include, for example: People working in social counseling centers and people working in body-related services, seasonal workers, employees in the meat processing industry, employees in distribution centers for parcel services or other staff at workplaces with many people in rooms with insufficient fresh air. Detainees also belong to this category. People who, due to their circumstances, have a significantly increased risk of infection with the coronavirus include, for example, the homeless and homeless people or people with special social difficulties. You will find the form to be presented at the vaccination appointmenthere.