Laat je vaccineren

How does a vaccine work?

The vaccine causes your body to make antibodies.
Those antibodies help to fight the virus.
If you are then exposed to the virus, the antibodies will protect you.

Why should you get vaccinated?

The coronavirus is dangerous to many people around you (those over 65, people with lung, heart or vascular disease, people with diabetes or high blood pressure. But the virus can also be dangerous for young and healthy people.
If more than 70% of all people in Belgium are vaccinated, the virus will spread less quickly. This is called group immunity.
Your life will get back to normal faster.
It makes your body stronger against the virus.

How do I get the vaccine?

You will get two injections in your upper arm.
You will receive the second injection 3 or 4 weeks after the first injection.
After your second injection, you have to wait 14 days. After that, the vaccine will give you maximum protection against the coronavirus.

Is the vaccine safe?

Scientists and pharmaceutical experts around the world were able to create the vaccine in a short period of time. There was also money and time to do this quickly because it was urgent.
The vaccine has been checked carefully by the government. It is safe.

Can I develop problems after the vaccination?

You may develop:
•    some redness, pain or swelling in your upper arm
•    fatigue
•    headache
•    a little higher temperature
This is normal and not a big deal. You can take paracetamol for this.
 

Get vaccinated

How does a vaccine work?

The vaccine causes your body to make antibodies.
Those antibodies help to fight the virus.
If you are then exposed to the virus, the antibodies will protect you.

Why should you get vaccinated?

The coronavirus is dangerous to many people around you (those over 65, people with lung, heart or vascular disease, people with diabetes or high blood pressure. But the virus can also be dangerous for young and healthy people.
If more than 70% of all people in Belgium are vaccinated, the virus will spread less quickly. This is called group immunity.
Your life will get back to normal faster.
It makes your body stronger against the virus.

How do I get the vaccine?

You will get two injections in your upper arm.
You will receive the second injection 3 or 4 weeks after the first injection.
After your second injection, you have to wait 14 days. After that, the vaccine will give you maximum protection against the coronavirus.

Is the vaccine safe?

Scientists and pharmaceutical experts around the world were able to create the vaccine in a short period of time. There was also money and time to do this quickly because it was urgent.
The vaccine has been checked carefully by the government. It is safe.

Can I develop problems after the vaccination?

You may develop:
•    some redness, pain or swelling in your upper arm
•    fatigue
•    headache
•    a little higher temperature
This is normal and not a big deal. You can take paracetamol for this.
 

Faites-vous vacciner!

How does a vaccine work?

The vaccine causes your body to make antibodies.
Those antibodies help to fight the virus.
If you are then exposed to the virus, the antibodies will protect you.

Why should you get vaccinated?

The coronavirus is dangerous to many people around you (those over 65, people with lung, heart or vascular disease, people with diabetes or high blood pressure. But the virus can also be dangerous for young and healthy people.
If more than 70% of all people in Belgium are vaccinated, the virus will spread less quickly. This is called group immunity.
Your life will get back to normal faster.
It makes your body stronger against the virus.

How do I get the vaccine?

You will get two injections in your upper arm.
You will receive the second injection 3 or 4 weeks after the first injection.
After your second injection, you have to wait 14 days. After that, the vaccine will give you maximum protection against the coronavirus.

Is the vaccine safe?

Scientists and pharmaceutical experts around the world were able to create the vaccine in a short period of time. There was also money and time to do this quickly because it was urgent.
The vaccine has been checked carefully by the government. It is safe.

Can I develop problems after the vaccination?

You may develop:
•    some redness, pain or swelling in your upper arm
•    fatigue
•    headache
•    a little higher temperature
This is normal and not a big deal. You can take paracetamol for this.
 

Lassen Sie sich impfen!

How does a vaccine work?

The vaccine causes your body to make antibodies.
Those antibodies help to fight the virus.
If you are then exposed to the virus, the antibodies will protect you.

Why should you get vaccinated?

The coronavirus is dangerous to many people around you (those over 65, people with lung, heart or vascular disease, people with diabetes or high blood pressure. But the virus can also be dangerous for young and healthy people.
If more than 70% of all people in Belgium are vaccinated, the virus will spread less quickly. This is called group immunity.
Your life will get back to normal faster.
It makes your body stronger against the virus.

How do I get the vaccine?

You will get two injections in your upper arm.
You will receive the second injection 3 or 4 weeks after the first injection.
After your second injection, you have to wait 14 days. After that, the vaccine will give you maximum protection against the coronavirus.

Is the vaccine safe?

Scientists and pharmaceutical experts around the world were able to create the vaccine in a short period of time. There was also money and time to do this quickly because it was urgent.
The vaccine has been checked carefully by the government. It is safe.

Can I develop problems after the vaccination?

You may develop:
•    some redness, pain or swelling in your upper arm
•    fatigue
•    headache
•    a little higher temperature
This is normal and not a big deal. You can take paracetamol for this.