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COVID-19 Vaccinations in Munich and GarchingVaccination Offers for Students and Staff

Vaccinations are an important factor in containing the COVID-19 pandemic. TUM students and staff can now be vaccinated without pre-registrationon campus in Munich and Garching at fixed dates in July and August.

Together with the Bavarian Vaccination Centers, TUM offers its students and employees the opportunity to be vaccinated against COVID-19 directly on campus without pre-registration. The vaccination is voluntary and free of charge, and it is open to all TUM students and staff – regardless of their citizenship or place of residence. After the first campaigns in July at the Munich and Garching campuses, further vaccination offers are planned to provide all students and staff with the opportunity to start safely into the winter semester 2021/22.

Update 28.7. - Vaccination also possible for employees and a new campaign date for Garching:

The vaccination campaigns on campus in Munich and Garching are now also open to staff members. On 18 August, an additional campaign date in Garching will focus on second shots.

Vaccination on Munich Campus: 26 and 27 July 2021

  • Time: 26 and 27 July 2021, from 10.30 a.m. to 5 p.m..Further dates are planned.
  • Location: Vaccination bus on the main campus.

Pre-registration is not required.

Vaccines Offered:

The mRNA vaccine "Comirnaty" (from Biontech / Pfizer) and the Janssen vector vaccine (from Janssen-Cilag / Johnson & Johnson) will be offered. With the BioNTech vaccine, a second vaccination is required at 3-6 week intervals, and appointments are made on-site. The second appointments are held at the vaccination center in Riem. For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, it is a one-time vaccination.

Required documents:

  • Proof of student or employee status (personal or student card, enrollment certificate or confirmation of registration).
  • ID or passport
  • If available: Vaccination card (Impfpass)

Proof of health insurance is not required.

Vaccination on Garching Campus: 28 July and 18 August 2021

  • Time: 28 July and 18 August 2021, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Location: Garching campus, Magistrale (Foyer) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Boltzmannstr. 15.

Pre-registration is not required.

Vaccines Offered:

The mRNA vaccine "Comirnaty" (from Biontech / Pfizer) and the Janssen vector vaccine (from Janssen-Cilag / Johnson & Johnson) will be offered. With the BioNTech vaccine, a second vaccination is required at 3-6 week intervals. For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, it is a one-time vaccination.

Required documents:

  • Proof of student or employee status (personal or student card, enrollment certificate or confirmation of registration).
  • ID or passport
  • If available: Vaccination card (Impfpass)

Proof of health insurance is not required.

Appointments in the vaccination centers

The vaccination centers in Munich-Riem and Unterschleißheim also offer appointments at short notice outside of special vaccination campaigns:

For the Munich-Riem vaccination center, appointments can be made on www.impfzentren.bayern. Students or employees living outside of Munich can provide the address of TUM: Arcisstr. 21, 80333 Munich. 

For the vaccination center Unterschleissheim, appointment can be made by phone at +49 89 3120 344 22 or by e-mail impfung(at)izu-brk.de

Technical University of Munich

Stefan Kögler
koegler(at)zv.tum.de

Contacts to this article:

For questions concerning vaccinations, please contact the vaccination centers or the mobile vaccination teams on campus directly.

Vaccination Center Munich-Riem
Paul-Henri-Spaak-Str. 12
81829 Munich
+49 89 90 42 92–222
www.impfzentren.bayern 

Vaccination Center Unterschleißheim
Münchner Ring / Volksfestplatz
85716 Unterschleißheim
+ 49 89 3120 344–22
impfung(at)izu-brk.de

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