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Dear customers of the Jobcenter Stadt Kassel,

the coronavirus pandemic has now been with us for more than 20 months. Mask wearing, distancing and reducing contacts have become part of our everyday lives. Despite all of this, the incidence figures are unfortunately still too high. Those figures relate to people who become infected with the coronavirus, who fall seriously ill or may even die.

The only effective protection against the coronavirus is vaccination. By being vaccinated, you protect yourself against severe illness with Covid and help prevent the virus from spreading further.

The vaccination status is also more and more an issue when looking for a job. The chances of integration for vaccinated people are likely to be significantly increased by now. If only because it is much easier for employers to implement the statutory 3G regulation in the workplace with vaccinated employees. With a vaccination you also increase your chances on the job market!

Many doctors vaccinate against the coronavirus. The Stadt Kassel and the Landkreis Kassel also offer vaccinations. Four vaccination offers are now available in the city of Kassel, where vaccination is possible without making an appointment (in City-Point, at the Jungendamt in the high-rise Scheidemannplatz 1, in the Wolfsschlucht 18a glass annex and in the Philipp-ScheidemannHaus, Holländische Str. 74). Everyone can simply go along and get their first, second or booster vaccination.

The websites and provide information about all vaccination options in the city and district of Kassel.

We will only stop the corona pandemic if we all work together. That is why we would be happy if you get vaccinated and tell others about it.

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts and wish you all the best for the coming weeks and months. Above all: stay healthy!

Your Jobcenter Stadt Kassel

Information about the corona vaccination and answers to important questions can be found here:




(Veröffentlicht 14.12.2021, fortlaufend aktualisiert)