Berlin's sixth vaccination centre starts up in a hangar at the former Tempelhof Airport. In the initial phase, it will only be in operation on a half-day basis.
It is housed in Hangar 4 of the former airport
and will initially only be open in the afternoons. For the start-up phase, 200 Corona vaccinations per day are planned, said Regina Kneiding, spokeswoman for the vaccination centres. The last of the six planned Berlin vaccination centres will use the Astrazeneca vaccine, which is also used in the vaccination centre in Tegel.
According to the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), a feeder line with two minibuses to the new vaccination centre is planned. They will start at the Paradestraße underground station and will operate daily between 12 pm and 7.30 pm. The free ride takes about three minutes. When the vaccination operation is extended to two shifts from 22 March, the shuttle service will run from 8.30 pm to 7.30 pm, according to BVG.
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