Vaccination of foreigners

It is also possible to vaccinate foreigners in Estonia. People who do not have an Estonian personal identification code, but stay with a residence, study, or work permit, can get vaccinated at Confido vaccination points. In addition, we also vaccinate EU citizens staying in Estonia for a longer period if they have a valid European Health Insurance Card.

We cannot vaccinate people who stay in Estonia short-term (less than 5 days) or whose stay is temporary (based on a visa-free movement or visa).

I am a foreigner. Can I get vaccinated in Estonia?

The following are the specific conditions under which we can vaccinate foreign citizens. These rules have been established by the Estonian Government. Confido will not accept cash or any other payment method to receive the corona vaccine if you do not qualify under these conditions.

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    • You must provide proof of residence, study or work to get vaccinated.
    • You must purchase a vaccination passport from Confido, where we will make a vaccination entry. This is needed to prove your vaccination later.
    • Vaccination is free, you only have to pay for the vaccination passport. Price: 5 €.
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    • You must show the European Health Insurance Card to be vaccinated. The card will be checked before vaccination.
    • You must purchase a vaccination passport from Confido, where we will make a vaccination entry. This is needed to prove your vaccination later.
    • Vaccination is free, you only have to pay for the vaccination passport. Price: 5 €.
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  • For foreigners whose studies or work in Estonia are short-term (less than 5 days) and of a temporary nature (on the basis of a visa-free movement or visa)/ tourists – unfortunately, you cannot be vaccinated in Estonia. It is also not possible to get a vaccine against coronavirus for money under the current rules. Please contact your home country for vaccination.

    Attention! Please do not offer money to our service providers if you do not qualify for the vaccine in Estonia. Bribery is prohibited and we carry out random checks on our employees.

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If you have any questions, please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who can instruct you on how and under what conditions foreigners can be vaccinated against the coronavirus in Estonia.

Information was updated on January 24, 2022