How do I get vaccinated against coronavirus?

There are lots of places where you can get vaccinated against coronavirus without making an appointment. But you can also make an appointment first, either online or by phone.

Booster vaccination

You can get a booster vaccination against coronavirus, with or without an appointment:

Repeat vaccination against coronavirus (2nd booster)

1st or 2nd vaccine dose

Coronavirus vaccination for children and teenagers

Extra dose of mRNA vaccine after primary vaccination with Janssen and booster dose

Opening times of vaccination centres

The GGD vaccination centres are open 7 days a week. The opening times depend on the location. 

Questions about your health

When you make an appointment, you will have to answer a few questions. This is to make sure that it is safe for you to get vaccinated. These questions are about:

  • allergies;
  • whether you had coronavirus recently; and
  • whether you are having an operation soon.

Permission for your data to be stored

The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) keeps a record of who has been vaccinated in the COVID Vaccination Information and Monitoring System (CIMS). When you make your appointment, you will be asked if you give permission for your data to be recorded in CIMS (in Dutch only). RIVM complies with data protection regulations (in Dutch only) .

Giving permission if you are a care home resident

The procedure for nursing home and care home residents is as follows: