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COVID-19 vaccination

How can I get vaccinated?

Anyone who is registered with the Personal Records Database [Basisregistratie Personen (BRP)] can get vaccinated in the Netherlands. This means that if you are registered with the Non-residents Records Database [Registratie Niet-Ingezetenen (RNI)] you can also get vaccinated. It is important that as many people as possible are vaccinated.

How can I get vaccinated?

If you have a citizen service number [burgerservicenummer (BSN)] but no DigiD (system that allows you to log in to government websites), you can make an appointment to get the vaccine by telephone. This can be done through the Municipal Health Service (GGD) appointment line on 0800-7070. This number is open 7 days a week from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm.

If you have both a BSN and a DigiD, you can also make a vaccine appointment online.

Make an appointment on coronavaccinatie.nl/en

Please bring your ID and a questionnaire about your health with you to the appointment. Read more about the health questionnaire here.

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