Flow at COVID-19 vaccination venues

Flow at COVID-19 vaccination venues is as follows. 

By the way, vaccination is not compulsory. After fully understanding the effectiveness of vaccination in preventing infectious diseases and the risk of adverse reactions, you can choose whether or not to receive the vaccine at your own will.

In addition, you can check the flow of vaccination on the website of Oizumi Town attached below. 

Things needed on the day of vaccinations 

Please bring the following things at the vaccination venue. 

  • Vaccine inoculation tickets
  • Yoshin-Hyo (Preliminary Examination Form)
  • Your identification documents (Driver’s license Card, Health Insurance Card, Individual Number Card (My Number Card), Residence Card (Zairyu Card))
  • Medicine Notebook (if you have)

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Please cooperate in filling out the preliminary examination form (Yoshin-Hyo) at your home in advance so that you can be vaccinated  smoothly. 

An example (multilingual) of how to fill out the preliminary examination form (Yoshin-Hyo) is described in the following link.

新型コロナワクチンの接種のお知らせ/Notification of COVID-19 Vaccination.

Flow at vaccination venues

Temperature measurement and Disinfection

At the entrance, you are required to measure your body temperature and disinfect your hand fingers.

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Reception

At the reception, your inoculation tickets, appointments,  identification documents, and preliminary examination form (Yoshin-Hyo) are checked. 

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Preliminary Medical Check

A doctor confirms your preliminary examination form (Yoshin-Hyo), checks your physical conditions, explains the effectiveness and side effects of vaccine, and confirms your consent. 

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Inoculation

Muscle injection is given to your shoulder area (deltoid muscle). Please come wearing clothes that you can show your shoulders easily.

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Issuance of Vaccination Certificates 

After vaccination, you receive a certificate of vaccination. 

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Follow-up observation after vaccination

After vaccination, you are asked to wait for 15 to 30 minutes in order to check if you have a reaction. When it is time for you to go home, you go home. Those who feel sick will be taken care of by nurses and doctors in a separate room.

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Contact Information

Health Promotion Division
Phone: 0276-62-2121
Counter: The 1st counter in the Health & Welfare General Center