Information about vaccination in other languages
Vaccination against COVID-19 is prompting many questions. You can use these communication tools in other languages and in simple language to help people find answers to their questions about coronavirus vaccination.
Short leaflet with general information
Leaflet with general information
Leaflet about the importance of vaccination
Leaflet about Janssen-vaccin
More information about the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine in Bulgarian, Chinese, English, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese, Rumanian, Tigrinya and Turkish.
Flyer about vaccination against COVID-19 especially for undocumented people
The vaccination invitations and information about registration are being sent by RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment). Read the invitation letter in English, Arabic, Polish Bulgarian, Romanian, Spanish or Tigrinya.
Explanation about the health declaration form
Leaflets with information about possible side effects
Leaflets with information about your choice to get the coronavirus jab
Leaflets with information about the coronavirus jab and pregnancy
Read the information about the coronavirus jab and pregnancy in English, Arabic, French, German, Polish or Turkish. If you’re pregnant, it is safe for you to have the coronavirus jab.
Coronavirus vaccination in simple language
- Information sheet in simple language, available in English, Arabic, French, German, Polish and Turkish. The sheet is intended to be used as a tool for talking about the coronavirus vaccine with people with an intellectual disability or early stage dementia, for example.
- Pharos (the national centre of expertise on health disparities) also has information about the coronavirus vaccine in simple English, simple Arabic, simple Chinese, simple Farsi, simple French, simple Papiamentu, simple Somali, simple Spanish, simple Tigrinya and simple Turkish.
Unsubscribe from COVID-19 vaccination mailing list for non-residents
If you have been in the Netherlands for less than 4 months and are registered in the Non-residents Record Database (RNI) you may receive e-mails about vaccination against COVID-19 from the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. If you no longer want to receive these e-mails, you can unsubscribe here.
Information World Health Organization (WHO) about COVID-19-vaccination
WHO's 'Vaccine Explained' series features illustrated articles on vaccine development and distribution. Learn more about vaccines from the earliest of research stages to their rollout in countries.
You can read the information in different languages.