From what age can children be vaccinated against COVID-19?
From what age can children be vaccinated against COVID-19?Last update: 25/01/2022
Vaccination is open to children aged over 12 years and to children aged 5 to 11 years who are at risk of severe COVID-19 or are household contacts of people who are immunosuppressed.
In the case of children aged 5–11 years, vaccination, which is free and voluntary, will take place at the National Vaccination Centre in the Rainier III Auditorium only. Children must be accompanied by a legal representative and a medical prescription issued by a paediatrician and parental authorisation for vaccination must be presented.