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In addition to KZ and Posthumalaan, also get vaccinated without appointment at Museumpark

10 September 2021

In the coming weeks, students and employees can get vaccinated at the Museumpark without an appointment. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered in the GGD vaccination stand.

You can get vaccinations without an appointment at the entrance on the side of the Dijkzigt metro stop. The stand is on the car park next to the pond and is open between 09:00 and 16:00 on the following days:

  • Monday 13 September
  • Tuesday 14 September
  • Monday 20 September
  • Tuesday 21 September

Kralingse Zoom

Since the beginning of the new academic year, there has been a mobile vaccination unit of the GGD at location Kralingse Zoom (near the SPAR). They are open on the following dates between 09:00 and 16:00 for a jab:

  • Monday 13 September
  • Tuesday 14 September
  • Tuesday 21 September
  • Wednesday 22 September
  • Wednesday 29 September
  • Thursday 30 September

Posthumalaan

At Inholland, Posthumalaan 90, a GGD vaccination unit will be present in the building for the coming period, where you can also go without an appointment for a jab. All students and employees, including ours, are welcome there between 9:00 and 16:00. These are the days:

  • Monday 13 September
  • Tuesday 14 September
  • Monday 20 September
  • Tuesday 21 September

What do you need to bring?

You can get a jab on presentation of a valid identity document. International students without a citizen service number are also welcome. Don't forget to bring your face mask. You may have to wait for a while at the location. This is because everyone has to be registered in the system on the spot and we therefore ask you for your understanding. Once you have had your vaccination, take a seat in the waiting room for 15 minutes.

Have you already had your first vaccination?

Have you already had your first injection of the Pfizer vaccine? You can also come to the site for your second Pfizer injection. Please note that you must wait 21 days between the first and the second vaccination.

About vaccinations

Be well informed about the importance of vaccinations and decide based on that information. The higher the vaccination coverage, the more you are protecting yourself and others, and the more likely it is that we will be able to continue education on location without any restrictions. We can all contribute to the prospects of education on location. 

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