Appointments for a corona vaccination with the"Vaccine Janssen® from Johnson & Johnson" may be available. Before booking an appointment, please note the information of the Robert Koch Institute on
the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and possible vaccination complications,
especially for people under 60 years of age.
For patients under the age of 30 we recommend a vaccination with
vaccines from BioNtech or Moderna.
Extract from the information sheet of the RKI (translated):
Are vaccination complications possible?
Vaccination complications are consequences of vaccination that go beyond the normal extent of a vaccination reaction and that have a significant negative impact on the health of the
Vaccine Janssen® from Johnson & Johnson:
In rare cases (0.01% to 0.1%), hypersensitivity reactions and hives occurred. Since the introduction of Vaccine Janssen® from Johnson & Johnson blood clots (thromboses), combined with
a reduction in the number of blood platelets (thrombocytopenia), sometimes also with bleeding, have been observed after a vaccination with Vaxzevria from AstraZeneca in very rare
cases (less than 0.01%). These included some severe cases with blood clots in different or unusual places (e.g. in the brain as sinus vein thrombosis or in the abdomen),
together with increased clotting activity or bleeding throughout the body. The majority of these cases occurred within 3 weeks of vaccination and mostly in people under 60 years of
age. Some of the cases described resulted in death or permanent damage.