Bærum vaccine centre
Opening hours and address
- Fornebu: Monday-Friday at 9.00-14.45. Appointments only: tel. 67 50 59 99 (option 1).
Address: Forneburingen 250, 1360 Fornebu. Follow the signs for "Bærum Vaksine". Ample parking available. The nearest bus stop is Telenor Fornebu.
- Remember to bring valid identification with a photo.
- Wear clothes that allow us to easily put the vaccine in the upper arm.
- Be punctual for your appointment.
- In Bærum, you do not need to fill in a self-declaration form.
- You are welcome to bring a companion and you do not need any documentation for this but remember that the person to be vaccinated must have photo ID with them.
Thank you for getting vaccinated!
Do not show up for vaccination if you:
- have cold symptoms, fever, or other signs of an infectious disease.
- have tested positive for Covid-19 (it must be at least three weeks - recommended three months - after you have recovered from Covid-19 before you can take a vaccine dose).
- have had another vaccine less than 7 days ago.
Book an appointment by telephone.
Call 67 50 59 99 (option 1). Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-3 pm
Book an appointment online.
Book an appointment ages 16 and up (in Norwegian)
Book an appointment ages 5-11 (in Norwegian)
Cancel an appointment (in Norwegian)
For children and adolecents under the age of 16 who are offered the coronavirus vaccine, parents must consent to vaccination. In the case of joint parental responsibility, both must consent. Vaccination is voluntary.
The consent form can be signed digitally or on paper.
The digital consent form must be signed by both parents before the child shows up for vaccination. You must log in with BankID.
Digital consent form (in Norwegian)
If you do not have a BankID or experience problems with signing digitally, you can download and print a consent form below. The consent form must be signed by both parents and presented on the day of vaccination.
- Consent form in other languages, including Arabic, Dari, Polish, Tigrinja and Somali can be downloaded here.
For dose 2, a new consent is needed.
Who can get the vaccine?
Dose 1 and 2
Vaccine types to choose from: Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax. Different vaccine types can be combined without increasing the risk of serious side effects.
Once you have been vaccinated with dose 1, a few weeks must pass before you can receive the next dose:
- 3-12 weeks for residents over 18 years of age
- 8-12 weeks for residents aged 5-17
If you are under the age of 16, your guardian/s must consent to vaccination by filling in the consent form before the child comes for vaccination. Note: Both parents must sign.
Dose 3 (refresher dose)
Dose 3 is recommended for anyone who:
- is 45 years and older
- belongs to a risk group
- works in the health and care service
Healthy people between the ages of 18 and 44 can also receive a refresher dose (Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax).
You must wait at least 20 weeks between dose 2 and dose 3.
Dose 4 (refresher dose)
Dose 4 is recommended for anyone who:
- is 65 years of age or older
- has a severely weakened immune system (see medication list)
- is pregnant. The Norwegian Institute of Public Health recommends that pregnant women in the 2nd and 3rd trimester are offered a refresher dose, as this is when they are at the highest risk of serious illness. This is regardless of whether they have only had the basic vaccination from before or have already received a booster dose.
- is 18-64 years of age and in a medical risk group. The risk groups can be found here.
- is 12-17 years of age with serious underlying illnesses. Read which diseases apply here.
Everyone under the age of 65 must bring documentation that they belong to one of the risk groups.
You must wait at least 4 months between dose 3 and dose 4.
If you have undergone Covid-19, you must wait at least 3 weeks before vaccination. You might get a better effect if you wait longer, and the authorities recommend that you wait 3 months.
Dose 5 (refresher dose)
Those who received 3 doses of the basic vaccine due to immunosuppression or an early booster dose may need a fifth dose. Call the vaccination center for more information, tel: 67 50 99 99.
General information about coronavirus vaccines
- Quick guide to the coronavirus vaccine
- Vaccine against coronavirus – Comirnaty (BioNTech and Pfizer) Information from NIPH (pdf).
- Vaccine against coronavirus – COVID-19 Vaccine Spikevax (Moderna) Information from NIPH (pdf).
- Coronavirus vaccine for adolescents 16–17 years
- Coronavirus vaccine for adolescents 12-15 years
- Coronavirus vaccine for children 5-11 years.