Born in 1990? You can make your vaccination appointment in the Netherlands

Are you a 90s baby? Then you’re in luck! As of last night, you can make an appointment to get your first coronavirus jab.

The Netherlands is continuing to fire through the vaccination of many year groups — earlier this week it started inviting people in their mid-30s to be vaccinated. Now, it’s the 90’s turn.

How to book your appointment

No more waiting for an invitation. Once your age group is formally called (announcements will be made on the RIVM and GGD websites), you can go ahead and book an appointment on this website.

You can log in using your DigiD, or you can call the GGD on 0800 7070. Outgoing Health Minister Hugo de Jonge announced this on Twitter last night.

Wondering how the vaccination process works for internationals living in the Netherlands? Find out all you need to know here.

Are you surprised at the pace of the Dutch vaccination programme? Let us know in the comments!

Feature Image: HayDmitriy/Despositphotos

Chloe Lovatt 🇬🇧
A British native, Chloe has a love for other languages and cultures, having lived in Spain before moving to the Netherlands. She is keen to explore the Dutch landscape, cultural spots and — the most important — food! After being here for a few months she already has developed a mild addiction to kibbeling.


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