Yes. Anyone who has registered their address in Germany or reside here regularly and for a long time have a right to a vaccination against the coronavirus. The vaccination is free of charge. Currently, anyone older than 5 can get vaccinated.
You can find out when you are "completely vaccinated" („vollständig geimpft“) or have achieved the so-called "basic immunity" (“Grundimmunisierung”) in the section "When am I considered "completely vaccinated"?" After the basic immunisation, a booster vaccination is recommended. You can read more about the booster jab in the section "Can I get a booster jab?".
To get vaccinated, you only need to make an appointment at a doctor's practice or a vaccination centre nearby. You can find vaccination centres and medical practices in your area, for example, on zusammengegencorona.de if you select your state and click on the corresponding links. You can also book a vaccination appointment directly and easily on doctolib.de. You can also register (free of charge) randstad.de- then, you will be offered available appointments at doctors’ offices or vaccination centres nearby - and you can directly book the date that works for you. When registering, you can choose the vaccine you prefer.
Since mid-December 2021, pharmacists, dentists and veterinarians are also allowed to administer vaccnes. However, these professional groups are only allowed to vaccinate people aged 12 and over and must receive appropriate training beforehand.