Get vaccinated

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Want to experience your academic year in complete freedom and take part in all the activities? You can do so by getting vaccinated. We make it easy for you and tell you how you can get a Johnson & Johnson shot quickly, easily and for free. One shot is all it takes to boost your immunity to the coronavirus and regain your freedom.

We strive for safe campuses, and that is why we hope that as many EhB people as possible will get vaccinated. After all, don't we all want to get rid of those mouth masks and enjoy life as it used to be? 

It's possible, with a COVID Safe Ticket. You get this ticket if you:

  • have been vaccinated
  • have a PCR test done (valid for a maximum of 72 hours)
  • take a rapid test (valid for a maximum of 24 hours)
  • have a recovery certificate because of a previous COVID infection.

This is how it works

  1. Come to a vaccination point in Brussels. 
    • There is no need to make an appointment.
    • Just check the opening hours below. 
    • Be sure to bring your identity card.
  2. Get vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You will receive a digital Corona certificate.
  3. Install the Covid Safe app and request your European corona certificate.
  4. Use your corona certificate as a Corona Safe Ticket and get access to events and excursions.

Where can you get vaccinated?

All Brussels residents aged 12 and over can now get vaccinated without an appointment. Please note: Covid vaccination without appointment is only possible for your first dose.

in a vaccinatiecentre  Make your appointment 
in trainstation Brussel-Central

from 13 september till 29 october, mo - fri 8:30am - 19:30pm (no appointment) 

in trainstation Brussel-Midi 27 september till 29 october, mo - fri 7am - 11am & 3pm - 8pm (no appointment) 
on campus Jette

27 september 11am-6pm & 5 october 8am - 2pm (no appointment) 

in UZ Jette vaccinationpost  27 september tot 29 oktober, mo tot wed 10 am -15 pm (zonder afspraak)
on Made in Asia 

on 8, 9 en 10 october, fri van 12am - 20pm, sa van 10am - 19pm , su van 10am - 18pm (no appointment)  

in vaccinatiecentre Pachéco every day 10am-3pm, till December (no appointment) 
in vacci-busses in Brussels

Check dates and addressses.

your family doctor by appointment

Why a vaccine? 

  • To study safely together 
  • To be safe together on campus 
  • To be able to go on an internship 
  • To visit your grandparents and family without worries
  • To safely meet up with your friends 
  • To have fun in bars and restaurants 
  • To party safely 
  • To sing along at a concert together 
  • To play sports and enjoy your hobbies safely
  • To travel smoothly and safely 

Reasons enough. A vaccine helps us to leave the coronapandemic behind us. A vaccine prevents you from becoming seriously ill. It is important, not only for yourself, but also for each other. 


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