From now on, anyone who has been vaccinated with the Janssen® vaccine (Johnson & Johnson), and who has subsequently received an extra dose of the same vaccine or a messenger RNA vaccine (BioNTech/Pfizer or Moderna) can benefit from an additional booster vaccination with a messenger RNA vaccine.
These persons can voluntarily register using MyGuichet.lu in order to receive an invitation by post to make an appointment at a vaccination centre.
They can also get their booster vaccination at a medical practice or pharmacy participating in the vaccination campaign.
Anyone who has received:
The booster dose with a messenger RNA vaccine can only be given at the earliest 3 months after the injection of the extra dose.
Applications are free of charge.
The individuals concerned can request an invitation letter to make an appointment for a booster vaccination in a vaccination centre via the form provided for this purpose on MyGuichet.lu:
Persons with a private eSpace on MyGuichet.lu which is linked to their mobile application can also book submit their request using the mobile application.
Applicants must provide, in particular:
The applicant receives a confirmation by email after the successful transmission of the application.
Please note: the invitation letter is sent by post.
Unjustified requests for invitations will be ignored and no mail will be sent.
As soon as they receive their invitation letter, applicants can use MyGuichet.lu to book an appointment online for their booster vaccination at a vaccination centre.
Those who wish to receive the booster vaccination dose can make an appointment at one of the medical practices or pharmacies participating in the vaccination campaign.
It is not necessary to have received the invitation by post in order to make an appointment.
All medical practices offering vaccination against COVID-19 can be consulted on Impfen.lu.
The list of pharmacies taking part in the vaccination campaign can be found on the government's COVID19.lu portal about the coronavirus.
The information note on data protection, which explains how personal data is processed in the context of vaccination campaigns, can be consulted here in: