How can I make an appointment?


  • Important information when you come to your appointment for vaccination
  • How do I receive my invitation?
  • Making an appointment
    • How do I make an appointment online?
  • Need help making an appointment?

Important information when you come to your appointment for vaccination

  • Bring your ID card.
  • Are you coming for your child’s vaccination? Don’t forget your child’s kid ID or ISI+ card.
  • Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory in the vaccination points

How do I receive my invitation?

  • By letter: You will receive the invitation letter by mail at your official residential address as it is known in the national register. You will also find a digital version of your invitation through My Citizen Profile.
  • By email or text: If your e-mail address and/or mobile phone number are known to your health insurance fund, you will also receive your invitation by e-mail or text message.
  • The code on your letter is valid for 30 days. Is your code no longer valid? Then contact the local coronavirus info line on +32 (0)3 435 95 55.

Making an appointment

Primary vaccination from age 5 

Booster vaccination from 12 to 17-year-olds

  • Are you between the ages of 12 and 17, and received your primary vaccination at least 3 months ago? Then you can get a booster vaccination. You will not receive an invitation, but you can get a vaccine if you make an appointment. Click here to make an appointment. Your parents or guardian must consent to this booster vaccination, unless you are aged 16 or older. If your parent or guardian cannot come along, you may only come with a letter signed by your parent(s) or guardian. What does that letter say?
    • surname, forename and date of birth of the young person;
    • surname, forename, telephone number and signature of a parent or guardian;
    • date of signature;
    • an explicit statement ‘I wish to have my child vaccinated against COVID-19 at the vaccination centre’.

Download a sample letter you can use.

Not received an invitation by post?

  • As a parent, check the code to make an appointment for your child online at
  • Please note: As a parent, you can only log in for your child under the age of 18. If your child is aged 18 or older, then your child must log in themselves.

Autumn booster

  • Wait for your personal invitation. You will receive this automatically by post, e-mail or text when it is your turn.
  • Have you received your invitation? Then it is important to get yourself vaccinated quickly.
  • Make an appointment using the code on your invitation via this website.
  • Or call the local coronavirus information line on +32 3 435 95 55 and make an appointment by phone.

How do I make an appointment online?

Your invitation will tell you how to make an appointment using the code on your invitation. We also explain it here.

You will find your personal code on your invitation by mail, letter or text message or in your account after logging in at or Then use your code to make an appointment:

  1. Via
  • Enter your registration code.
  • Choose the time and location to come in for your vaccination.
  1. With the QR code
    Do you have a smartphone with a QR reader?
  • Scan the QR code on the letter.
    The QR code is the square with the white and black squares in it. It’s on the centre of the sheet, under ‘Scan the QR code below with your smartphone to make an appointment:’.
  • You are automatically directed to the right page and can then make your appointments

More info on a QR reader:

  • On iPhone, you don’t have to install anything. You open the camera app and point the camera at the QR code. This will take you to the right page.
  • On Android, a QR reader app is often required.

While making your appointment

When you select the desired day, you will see the location that is available on that day in blue. Click on that location to go to the calendar and choose a convenient appointment time.

Need help making an appointment?

  • Call the local coronavirus info line on +32 (0)3 435 95 55 and make your appointment by phone.
  • Note: You cannot make an appointment locally at the vaccination points when they are closed. You can only make appointments in advance.