31 January 2023 | 16:00 

Vaccination figures for autumn round of COVID-19 repeat vaccination

From 19 September 2022 to 29 January 2023, more than 4.1 million repeat vaccinations against COVID-19 were administered. Vaccination coverage for the repeat vaccination among people over 60 has now reached 60.4%. 

The repeat vaccination is available to everyone aged 12 years and older who has completed the basic series of COVID-19 vaccinations. People can get the repeat vaccination starting from 3 months after their last COVID-19 vaccination or 3 months after a SARS-CoV-2 infection. You can make an appointment via planjeprik.nl. Walk-in vaccinations are also possible at more and more locations. For more information, see www.prikkenzonderafspraak.nl.

Table 1. Vaccination coverage for repeat vaccination against COVID-19 in the autumn round, completed basic series, week 38 (2022) to week 4 (2023). 1-2

Age group Birth year Vaccination coverage for repeat vaccination
in autumn round, in relation
to population of the Netherlands
Vaccination coverage for repeat vaccination
in autumn round, in relation
to completed basic series
12 years and older 2010 and before 26.6% 33.1%
18 years and older 2004 and before 28.6% 34.8%
60 years and older 1962 and before 60.4% 64.8%
  1. Source: CIMS+ method
  2. The repeat vaccination is available to everyone aged 12 years and older who has completed the basic series of COVID-19 vaccinations. The first invitations were sent to people aged 60 years and older, people in medical risk groups, and care workers who have contact with patients or clients. People can get the repeat vaccination starting from 3 months after their last COVID-19 vaccination or 3 months after a SARS-CoV-2 infection..

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Figure 1: Cumulative number of people who received a repeat vaccination against COVID-19 in the autumn 2022 round, week 38 (2022) to week 4 (2023), by vaccination round. 1–2

  1. Source: CIMS/CoronIT
  2. The repeat vaccination is available to everyone aged 12 years and older who has completed the basic series of COVID-19 vaccinations. The first invitations were sent to people aged 60 years and older, people in medical risk groups, and care workers who have contact with patients or clients. People can get the repeat vaccination starting from 3 months after their last COVID-19 vaccination or 3 months after a SARS-CoV-2 infection.

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Skip chart Vaccination coverage for repeat vaccination against COVID-19 by birth year and week and go to datatable

Figure 2: Cumulative vaccination coverage for repeat vaccination against COVID-19 in the autumn round, compared to total population of the Netherlands, by birth year and week, week 38, 2022 to week 4, 2023. 1–2

  1. Source: CIMS/CoronIT
  2. The repeat vaccination is available to everyone aged 12 years and older who has completed the basic series of COVID-19 vaccinations. The first invitations were sent to people aged 60 years and older, people in medical risk groups, and care workers who have contact with patients or clients. People can get the repeat vaccination starting from 3 months after their last COVID-19 vaccination or 3 months after a SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Go to the Coronavirus Dashboard provided by the Dutch national government to see the daily situation update and the number of vaccinations that have been administered.

Schedule for COVID-19 updates

Weekly update When
Weekly COVID-19 figures Weekly on Tuesday afternoon
Monthly COVID-19 epidemiological update Caribbean part of the Kingdom Monthly on Friday morning 
Figures on COVID-19 vaccination coverage Weekly on Tuesday afternoon
Figures on vaccine effectiveness in preventing hospital admissions Monthly on Tuesday afternoon
Mortality figures Weekly on Thursday afternoon
Figures on pathogen surveillance of virus variants Weekly on Friday afternoon
Reproduction number

Weekly on Tuesday afternoon in news, twice per week on Coronavirus Dashboard

Figures on coronavirus monitoring in sewage research Daily on Coronavirus Dashboard
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