Vaccine bus back at the Allianz Arena

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At Sunday's home match against Eintracht Frankfurt (kick-off 17:30 CEST), FC Bayern, in partnership with the City of Munich, will once again be offering attendees the opportunity to be vaccinated against COVID-19 without appointment. The vaccine bus will be making its fifth appearance on the walkway between the underground station and the Allianz Arena, where the 'Paulaner Garten' is normally located, between 14:30 and 17:30. People aged 16 and above can get a jab.

Second doses also available

It is not necessary to make an appointment, although prior registration on BayIMCO (HERE) is preferred in order to speed up the process on the day. Generally you will be able to choose which vaccine you are given. Second doses are also available, so long as the minimum gap since the first dose has elapsed. For BioNTech this is three weeks, for Moderna and AstraZeneca mix-and-match vaccines (first dose AstraZeneca, second dose BioNTech) it is four weeks. Proof of first dose is required (yellow vaccine pass or vaccination certificate). People who are not residents of Munich can also be vaccinated.

To be vaccinated, you must bring a valid form of identification (ID card or passport) as well as, if applicable, the yellow vaccine pass. Please note that this vaccination is not relevant to the proof of '3G' status (tested, vaccinated, recovered) for entry into the stadium, as the required protection from the vaccine only takes effect 15 days after the second dose.

Brush on the facts and figures ahead of the match against Frankfurt:


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