Other students will be offered vaccination at a later stage, probably 2 -3 weeks later. Information will be updated follow continously on www.sio.no.
The charge for Influenza A(H1N1) vaccination is NOK 100.
Do you suspect that you have caught swine flu?
If you suspect that you have caught swine flu and belong to any risk group or have severe symptoms, you should contact your list doctor, the Student Health Services or the Oslo Emergency Medical Centre for consultation.
Pregnant women (2nd and 3rd trimester) and people aged 3 to 64 who suffer from:
- Chronic cardiovascular diseases
- Chronic lung diseases, particularly those with reduced lung capasity
- Low immunity
- Diabetes Mellitus type 1 and 2
- Chronic kidney or liver failure
- Chronic neurological illnesses
- Severe obesity (BMI >40)
Questions about Swine Flu?
Student Health Services has set up a dedicated helpline 22 85 46 00, which is staffed Monday to Friday from 9.00 am till 3.00 pm.
Outside office hours at the Student Health Services you can contact the Oslo Emergency Medical Centre on 22 93 22 93.
The Directory of Health also has a dedicated information line, call 815 55 015.
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