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COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Busan City COVID-19 Vaccination Call Center ☎1661-1777

※ COVID-19 Vaccine Reservation System (Korean)

- Operation Period: April 5, 2021 ~ (until the vaccination campaign is over)
- Operation Hours: 08:00~22:00, open throughout the year

Vaccination Guide for Foreign Nationals in Korea

How to make a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Online

COVID-19 Vaccination Certification Information

Busan COVID-19 Vaccination Contact Information

Busan COVID-19 Vaccination Contact Information : Gu/Gun, Operating Day, Operating Hours, Phone Number
Gu/Gun Operating Day Operating Hours Phone Number
Busan City Hall Daily 09:00~22:00 1661-1777
Jung-gu Daily 09:00~22:00 051-600-4800
Seo-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-290-5346, 5347, 5348, 5349
Dong-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-440-6500
Yeongdo-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-419-6256, 6257, 6258
Busanjin-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-605-8656, 8657, 8658, 8659, 8660, 8661, 8662, 8663, 8664, 8665
Dongnae-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-550-4961
Nam-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-607-3260, 3261, 3262, 3263, 051-607-6437, 6438
Buk-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-309-7994
Haeundae-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-749-4790
Saha-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-220-0000
Geumjeong-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-519-5820
Gangseo-gu Weekdays 09:00~21:00 051-970-3415
Yeonje-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-665-5321~6
Suyeong-gu Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-610-3913
Sasang-gu Daily 09:00~18:00 051-310-7940 (except public holidays)
Gijang-gun Weekdays 09:00~18:00 051-709-2800

Busanjin-gu (Report an adverse event 051-605-8652, 8653, 8654, 8655, weekdays 9:00-20:00, weekends & holidays 9:00-17:00)


Busan COVID-19 Vaccination Centers

Busan COVID-19 Vaccination Centers : Gu‧Gun, Location / Phone Number, Address, Hours of Operation, Opening Date
Gu‧Gun Location Phone Number Address
Jung-gu Catholic Center ☎ (051)600-8400 71, Junggu-ro, Jung-gu, Busan
Seo-gu Seo-gu Family Center ☎ (051)290-5346 127, Gudeok-ro, Seo-gu, Busan
Dong-gu Vacant lot at Busanjin Station ☎ (051)440-6500 374, Jungang-daero, Dong-gu, Busan
Yeongdo-gu International Cruise Terminal ☎ (051)419-6392 17, Haeyang-ro 301beon-gil, Yeongdo-gu, Busan
Busanjin-gu Busan Citizens Park ☎(051)605-8661 73, Simingongwon-ro, Busanjin-gu, Busan
Dongnae-gu Auxiliary Stadium A in Sajik Indoor Gymnasium ☎ (051)507-0205 55-32, Sajik-ro, Dongnae-gu, Busan
Nam-gu Nam-gu People’s Sports Center ☎ (051)607-3260 110, Baegunpo-ro, Nam-gu, Busan
Buk-gu Buk-gu Cultural Art Center ☎ (051)309-7992 50, Geumgok-daero 46beon-gil, Buk-gu, Busan
Haeundae-gu Haeundae-gu Cultural Center Complex ☎ (051)749-4790 170, Centum jungang-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Saha-gu Sinpyeong Gymnasium of Busan Transportation Corporation ☎ (051)220-0131 175, Hasinjungang-ro, Saha-gu, Busan
Geumjeong-gu Geumjeong Cultural Center ☎ (051)519-5598 7, Cheyukgongwon-ro, Geumjeong-gu, Busan
Gangseo-gu Gangseo Sports Park ☎ (051)970-2721 43, Cheyukgongwon-ro, Gangseo-gu, Busan
Yeonje-gu Yeonje-gu People’s Sports Center ☎ (051)665-5321 132, Ssangmicheon-ro, Yeonje-gu, Busan
Suyeong-gu Suyeong-gu People’s Sports Center ☎ (051)610-3838 77, Suyeong-ro 521beon-gil, Suyeong-gu, Busan
Sasang-gu Busan Veterans Hospital ☎ (051)310-7940 420, Baegyang-daero, Sasang-gu, Busan
Gijang-gun Auxiliary Stadium in Gijang Gymnasium ☎ (051)724-3250 650, Gijang-daero, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan

COVID-19 Vaccination for Foreign Residents Aged 18 to 49

COVID-19 Vaccination Information for Foreigners Aged 75 and above

Consent Form for COVID-19 Vaccination and Personal Information Use and Collection (for foreigners)

COVID-19 VACCINATION GUIDELINE



WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR COVID-19 VACCINATION APPOINTMENT



INFORMATION ABOUT ADVERSE EVENTS FOLLOWING VACCINATION AND WHAT TO EXPECT

Busan’s COVID-19 Vaccination Information

  • Website: https://www.busan.go.kr/covid19/Vaccine01.do Korean

COVID-19 Vaccination Plan in ROK Korean

COVID-19 Vaccination Information (by KDCA)

  • Website: http://ncv.kdca.go.kr/ Korean

Ministry of Food and Drug Safety – COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatment Information

  • Website: https://www.mfds.go.kr/vaccine_covid19.jsp Korean
  • Website: https://www.mfds.go.kr/eng/brd/m_64/list.do English

Busan’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan at a Glance

Medical Institutions, Vaccination Centers & Visiting Vaccination

Medical Institutions, Vaccination Centers & Visiting Vaccination : February~, March~, May~, May,June~, July~
February~ March~ May~ May, June~ July~
29,000 people 69,000 people 352,000 people 706,000 people 70 percent of Busan citizens
  • Residents and workers at convalescent hospitals, nursing homes/care facilities
  • Staff at COVID-19 - specialized hospitals and treatment centers
  • Healthcare workers at high-risk medical facilities - general hospitals
  • First-line rapid responders - Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officers, emergency responders
  • Seniors aged 75 and older
  • Staff and residents at facilities for the elderly and people with disabilities
  • Essential workers - firefighters, police officers and more
  • Workers at medical institutions and pharmacies (health and medical service personnel)
  • Adults with chronic illness
  • Workers at special needs schools, school nurses at kindergartens, elementary and middle schools
  • Senior citizens between 65-74
  • People aged 30 and younger among the targets of the plan's 2nd quarter
  • reserve forces, civil defense members and others in charge of defense and foreign affairs

Busan citizens

  • Teachers at kindergartens, elementary schools (first and second grade) and daycare centers
  • Adults(18-59 years old)
Regional vaccination center Busan Vaccination Center 16 vaccination centers (one in each gu/gun)
Self-inoculation at medical institutions, visiting vaccination, community health centers partnered medical institutions

※ The vaccination schedule can be changed according to the government’s guidelines and situation



Vaccination Plan (the second half of 2021)

(As of August 9, 2021)

Vaccination Plan (the second half of 2021) : Target, Eligible, Reservation Period, 1st Vaccination Period, Vaccination Venue
Target Eligible Reservation Period 1st Vaccination Period Type of Vaccine Vaccination Venue
Those unvaccinated among people aged 60 to 74, whose reservation for vaccination has been cancelled due to overbooking 17,870 Jun.23~30 Jul.5~17 Pfizer Vaccination center
Those unvaccinated among essential workers under 30, who already made a reservation for vaccination in June 7,963 Jun.28~30 Jul.5~17
People to be enlisted in active service 1,956 Jul.7~ Jul.12.~
Teachers and education workers at elementary schools (1st, 2nd grade), and kindergartens and daycare centers 18,891 Jul.8.~10 Jul.13~17
High school seniors (born before 2005) and teachers 38,232 - Jul.19~24
Those unvaccinated among people aged 60 to 74, who already made a reservation for vaccination in May and June 14,096 Jul.12~24 Jul.26.~Aug.28 Moderna partnered medical institutions
Autonomous vaccination of local governments 2nd 40,205 Jul.22~24 Jul.26~Aug.14 Pfizer Vaccination center
3rd 97,233 Aug.4, 20:00~Aug.5, 18:00
Aug.5, 20:00~Aug.6, 18:00
Aug.17~29
(Pfizer)
Aug.30~Sep.11
(Moderna)
Pfizer
Moderna
Vaccination center
Teachers at elementary (from 3rd grade) and middle schools, and child facilities 14,783 Jul.14~17 Jul.28~Aug.7 Pfizer partnered medical institutions
Those who are preparing for the college entrance exam other than high school seniors 4,803 Jul.28 20:00~
Jul.30 24:00
Aug.10~14
Separate vaccination at workplaces 7,437 - Jul.27.~Aug.18. Pfizer Self-inoculation
Ages 55 to 59
(born in 1962 to 1976)
231,666 Jul.12~24 18:00 Jul.26.~Aug.28.
(Aug.2~8)
Moderna
(Pfizer)
partnered
medical
institutions
Ages 50 to 54
(born in 1967 to 1971)
241,059 Ages 53 to 54
Jul.19, 20:00~20, 18:00
Aug.16.~28. Moderna
Pfizer
partnered
medical
institutions
(Vaccination Center)
Ages 50 to 52
Jul.20, 20:00~21, 18:00
Ages 50 to 54
Jul.21, 20:00~24, 18:00
Ages 18 to 49
(born in 1972 to 1981)
(born in 1982 to 1991)
(born in 1992 to 2003)
1,093,340 Aug.9, 20:00~19, 18:00 Aug.26.~Oct.2. Moderna
Pfizer
partnered medical institutions
vaccination center
(additional reservation)
Aug.19, 20:00~20, 18:00(Ages 36 to 49)
Aug.20, 20:00~21, 18:00(Ages 18 to 35)
Aug.21, 20:00~22, 18:00)
Aug. 22, 20:00~Sep. 18, 18:00
Those unvaccinated among people aged 60 to 74 120,969 Aug. 2, 20:00~18, 18:00 Aug.9~Aug.25 AZ partnered medical institutions
Total 1,950,503        


COVID-19 Vaccination Program by Target

(AZ = AstraZeneca vaccine, Pfizer = Pfizer vaccine, Unit: number of person, As of June 8, 0:00)

COVID-19 Vaccination Program by Target : Target, Method, Vaccine, Eligible, Starting
Target Method Vaccine Eligible  Starting
Total 1,222,859  
1. Nursing hospitals and facilities 99,682  
Residents and workers at convalescent hospitals, nursing homes/care facilities On-site / Visit AZ 59,744 2.26.
All workers at hospital-level medical institutions On-site AZ 35,496 3.4.
COVID-19 specialized hospitals Vaccination Center / On-site Pfizer 4,442 2.27.
2. Live-in patients and workers of facilities vulnerable to COVID-19 43,889  
Facilities for the elderly (i.e. residential, day/night care, short-term) Vaccination Center Pfizer 7,993 4.1.
Facilities for the disabled and homeless Visiting(cosigned, community health centers) AZ 2,598 4.12.
Workers of correctional facilities and foreign care facilities, etc. On-site / community health centers AZ 1,202
Visiting care workers for the elderly and disabled Consigned medical institutions AZ 32,096 4.19.
3. Seniors over 60 948,713  
Seniors over 75 (mobility capabilities) Vaccination Center Pfizer 246,831 4.1.
Seniors over 75 (with mobility difficulties) Consigned medical institutions AZ 266 6.7.
Seniors (65-74 years old) Consigned medical institutions AZ 412,977 5.27.
Seniors (60-64 years old) Consigned medical institutions AZ 288,639 6.7
4. Schools and care centers 3,360  
Workers at special needs schools, school nurses at kindergartens, elementary and middle schools Community health centers AZ 3,360 4.12.
Teachers and nursing staff at daycare centers for children with disabilities Community health centers AZ
5. Adults with chronic illnesses 6,910  
Patients with chronic kidney disease (i.e. dialysis patients) Consigned medical institutions AZ 6,179 4.26.
Patients with serious chronic respiratory diseases Consigned medical institutions AZ 731 5.27.
6. Health care workers and essential social workers, etc. 102,625  
Front-line rapid responders Community health centers AZ 7,621 3.8.
Workers at medical institutions and pharmacies Consigned medical institutions AZ 23,804 4.26.
Essential workers (police officers, maritime polices, firefighters and more) Consigned medical institutions AZ 18,837 4.26.
Essential workers (military personnel) Consigned medical institutions AZ 2,913 4.28.
Airline flight attendants Consigned medical institutions AZ 475 4.19.
Reserve forces, civil defense members and others in charge of defense and foreign affairs Consigned medical institutions Janssen 48,975 6.10.
7. Those unvaccinated (AZ) among people aged 30 and younger in 2nd quarter 17,680  
Essential workers, etc. Vaccination Center Pfizer 13,000 6.15.
military personnel On-site Pfizer 4,680 6.7.

※ 17,304 teachers at kindergartens, child care centers, and elementary schools (first and second grade): scheduled to vaccinate with AZ on June 7 has been changed to Pfizer or Moderna in July.