Vaccination for adolescents
between the ages of 12 and 17

Even though most adolescents will survive coronavirus without suffering severe symptoms, some of them may be more severely affected or suffer delayed effects. We have compiled the most frequently asked questions and answers about the coronavirus vaccination for adolescents on this page.

Q&A with doc.felix

Children and young people have suffered particular stress and anxiety during the pandemic. As well as all the restrictions on their schooling and leisure activities, there have also been questions about whether and when they should get vaccinated against COVID-19. We want to provide an easy way for young people, in particular, to find the answers they need.

Should I get vaccinated or not? What vaccines are available? And how do I get a vaccination appointment? To get answers to these and many other questions, check out the information from doc.felix in our new-style “Q&A with doc.felix” provided by the #dranbleibenBW campaign and the Baden-Württemberg youth council. Post your questions below the video on Instagram or YouTube, or send them by email:

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Questions and answers about COVID-19 vaccination for young people aged between 12 and 17

Last updated: 16 March 2022

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Corona vaccination for adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17

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