A person recieving a vaccine

Coronavirus Booster Jabs 


With the Coronavirus pandemic stretching into 2022, and the emergence of the Omicron variant, it has never been more important to get vaccinated. Everyone that had not yet had their first (or second) Coronavirus vaccine can book an appointment via the Dutch government's website.  

Since December of 2021, the Dutch health ministry has been offering 'booster' jabs for people to re-boost their immunity and provide protection from the Omicron variant.

Everyone in the Netherlands can now book a booster appointment, via the Dutch government's website

Anyone wanting to obtain a booster vaccine (which also shows up in the CoronaCheck app and in your QR code) must wait three months between their second vaccination and their booster.

Those that have unfortunately had the Coronavirus must also wait until three months after they tested positive to receive a booster.

For people aged under 45, the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will be used, whilst people over 45 (and those with pre-existing health conditions) will receive the Moderna vaccine. Pregnant people and those suffering from long-term health conditions are particularly urged to get their vaccine.