The people who are to be vaccinated will be able to make an appointment via the website 1177.se or via Region Gävleborg’s telephone support.
– The same rules regarding distances that apply everywhere else will of course apply there too, so there will be about 20 vaccination stations in the premises, says Tina Nordström.
The nurses that the University is contributing will become hourly employees of the Region for the rest of the year, and they themselves can determine how many hours they wish to work for the Region, depending on their other tasks. Vaccination will primarily take place on evenings and weekends.
– There’s no minimum or maximum working time, but they’re happy for everything we can offer, says Tina Nordström.
In total, approximately 30 minutes will be set aside for each person to be vaccinated; 15 minutes to administer the dose and 15 minutes subsequent observation to ensure that there is no unexpected reaction to the vaccine.
Text: Anna Sällberg