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My question about COVID-19

Answers to frequently asked questions concerning the corona virus, gathered in one platform.

Autumn round corona vaccination
The corona vaccination is available from October 2nd for everyone who is at a higher risk of becoming seriously ill due to COVID-19 or has direct contact with people who are at higher risk.

Can I get the corona vaccination?

Frequently asked questions

I want to know more about the corona vaccination this autumn

Would you like to know more about the corona vaccination this autumn? Do you want to know who can get the corona vaccination? Or do you have another question? You will find the most frequently asked questions here.

Make an appointment for your vaccination

Are you over 60 years old, pregnant, a healthcare worker, an adult or child at high medical risk? Or are you invited every year for the flu shot and are you younger than 60?

I have doubts about the corona vaccination

Do you have doubts about the corona vaccination? The answers to questions about doubts about vaccination are neatly arranged in one place.

What is the current advice?

  • The same advices now apply to corona as, for example, to the flu and having a cold.

    Stay at home when you are sick

    Consult your employer whether you can work from home if you have minor complaints

    Avoid physical contact with people who can become seriously ill from a respiratory infection if you have symptoms yourself. Wear a mouth and nose mask if physical contact is necessary (such as for informal care)

    Cough and sneeze into your elbow. Wash your hands often and well, even if you have no complaints

    Ensure adequate ventilation of indoor spaces

  • Not everyone is equally affected by COVID-19. On March 10, 2023, the advices were changed. This means:

    No more (self)tests when having corona related symptoms

    No more 5 days of isolation with a positive corona (self) test result.