The Capital Area Health Service is holding an open house for the Janssen vaccine (Johnson and Johnson for all you Americans out there) tomorrow, July 7th. The vaccinations will be given from 10:00 to 13:00 in Laugardalshöll.
As this is an open house, registration in the health system is not required, so this is a great opportunity to anyone who has fallen through the cracks. Those who have registered should already have received notice.
Some 1,200 people have already registered for the Janssen shot tomorrow.
As of the time of writing, about 75% of Icelanders 16 and older have been fully vaccinated, with another 13% having received their first dose.
With such good numbers, the vaccination drive will go on summer vacation beginning July 14th. Vaccinations will be available again in mid-August.
Note: Due to the effect the Coronavirus is having on tourism in Iceland, it’s become increasingly difficult for the Grapevine to survive. If you enjoy our content and want to help the Grapevine’s journalists do things like eat and pay rent, please consider joining our High Five Club.
You can also check out our shop, loaded with books, apparel and other cool merch, that you can buy and have delivered right to your door.
Also you can get regular news from Iceland—including the latest notifications on eruptions, as soon as they happen—by signing up to our newsletter.
Buy subscriptions, t-shirts and more from our shop right here!