After the closure of the Litexpo vaccination center, residents will be able to register for the vaccine by contacting their healthcare provider directly on the website vakcina.vilnius.lt or through the National Registration System 1808.lt and by telephone in 1808.
“It simply came to our notice then. 620 thousand More than 2,000 doctors, staff and volunteers were vaccinated at the Litexpo premises, which were turned into a vaccination center, and people contributed to its smooth operation, ”Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Šimašius announced on Facebook before the center closed.
Vilnius City Municipality announced that after the closure of the largest vaccination center, residents will be able to continue vaccination in at least 60 clinics, pharmacies and outpatient clinics operating in Vilnius, the list of which can be found on the website vakcina.vilnius.lt.
“Vaccination from COVID-19 in Vilnius will definitely not stop, the polyclinics, private clinics and pharmacies that have gained experience over the past year will continue to provide vaccinations, so it is very real that the number of vaccination places in Vilnius will increase,” said the municipal vaccination coordinator. Cyprus Krasauskas.
From Monday, booster vaccinations for people vaccinated with Litexpo will be automatically transferred to Karoliniškės Polyclinic. Residents will be informed of the time and place of the revaccination by a short message the day before the scheduled vaccination date.
Instead of Karoliniškės polyclinic, it will be possible to choose another, more convenient, personal health care institution for the resident and register for the vaccination independently.
The vaccination center at the Litexpo exhibition hall opened last April. The vaccination center at Litexpo is scheduled to close due to a slowdown in the summer, but has been extended several times.