Which groups are vaccinated against COVID-19 when?

And where does that happen?

This overview is based on the government's vaccination strategy.

There may still be changes in the exact schedule.

January

Care employees acute care hospitals (ic and clinic, ambulance, emergency care)

Vaccine (s):

BioNTech / Pfizer

By:

Employer

Where:

At the workplace

Care employees

of nursing homes and small-scale housing, care for the disabled, community nursing and Wmo support

Vaccine (s):

BioNTech / Pfizer, AstraZeneca, CureVac, Janssen, Sanofi

By:

GGD

Where:

Central location (e.g. a sports hall)

January February

Nursing home residents and people with intellectual disabilities in an institution

Vaccine (s):

Moderna, BioNTech / Pfizer

By:

Institutional doctor / general practitioner

Where:

In the institution itself

February

People aged 18-60 with a medical indication

Vaccine (s):

AstraZeneca, CureVac, Janssen, Sanofi

By:

GP

Where:

In the general practice

February March

Inpatient mental health clients and their care workers

Vaccine (s):

Moderna, AstraZeneca, CureVac, Janssen, Sanofi

By:

Institutional doctor / employer

Where:

In the mental healthcare institution itself

March

People living at home older than 75 years and non-mobile people living at home aged 60-75

Vaccine (s):

Moderna

By:

GP

Where:

In the general practice or at home

People living at home aged 60-75

Vaccine (s):

BioNTech / Pfizer

By:

GGD

Where:

In a central location

April

All other healthcare workers

Vaccine (s):

AstraZeneca, CureVac, Janssen, Sanofi

By:

Employer

Where:

At the workplace

April May

People aged 18-60 without a medical indication

Vaccine (s):

AstraZeneca, CureVac, Janssen, Sanofi

By:

GGD / GP

Where:

At a central location or in a general practice

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