Have you had your vaccination registered with a reserve number?

If you have been vaccinated in Sweden but do not have a Swedish personal identity number or coordination number, your vaccination has been registered on a so-called reserve number. You can obtain a vaccination certificate by contacting your local health care services.

Contact the health care services in the region where you were vaccinated. You can find contact information at 1177.se. There you will find information on what you need to do in your specific region. 

The requirements are:

  • You must have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Sweden and the vaccinations must be recorded at the health care centre.

  • You vaccination doses must have been registered on a reserve number.

  • You must request a vaccination certificate from the health care providers in the region where you were vaccinated. If you received vaccine doses in different regions, contact the region where you received the last dose.

  • You must specify an address where the vaccination certificate is to be sent by registered letter. You need to pick up the letter in person and must be able to verify your identity with one of PostNord's approved forms of identification. Postnord – Approved forms of identification.

  • You can us this method to order a vaccination certificate if the above requirements are met.

  • If you are 16 years of age or older, you can order the certificate yourself.

  • Guardians can request vaccination certificates for children who are under the age of 18.