Who will receive which COVID-19 vaccine, and when? See the comprehensive vaccination strategy of the Dutch government (in Dutch).
When will I be vaccinated?
Vaccination against COVID-19 started in the Netherlands in January. It is not possible to say when you will be able to get the vaccination. The schedule may still change, for example due to delays in vaccine deliveries. The Vaccination Strategy outlines when the first people in the Netherlands will be vaccinated against the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, by whom and with which vaccine. This schedule may still change.
- Order of vaccination for people who do not work in healthcare
- Order of vaccination for professionals in healthcare and social care
Prioritisation for medical risk groups
Based on the advisory report of the Health Council issued on 4 February 2021, a select number of patients that are at higher risk for medical reasons are eligible for early vaccination.
These implementation guidelines for COVID-19 vaccination 2021 were developed by RIVMNational Institute for Public Health and the Environment together with the relevant (implementing) professional groups and organisations (in Dutch).
The e-learning module on COVID-19 vaccination is available in Dutch and includes a general section (covering such topics as vaccine development, target groups, stakeholder roles, implementation aspects and dialogue scripts) as well as vaccine-specific chapters. The application for accreditation (2 credits) has been submitted to: ABFE, ABC1, ABSG, V&VN and Verpleegkundig specialisten.
Newsletter on COVID-19 vaccination
Are you professionally involved in the COVID-19 vaccination? Then go to the archive of previous newsletters on COVID-19 vaccination.