In the Netherlands, there is plenty of vaccination against the Covid-19 virus. The government also makes a corona vaccine available for labor migrants who stay in the Netherlands for longer than 4 weeks. OrangeJobs strongly advises all migrant workers to get vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus.
Have you not (yet) been vaccinated and are you staying in the Netherlands for longer than 4 weeks? Read how and when you can get vaccinated.
Are you registered in the Personal Records Database (BRP)?
Migrant workers who are registered in the BRP will receive an invitation from the RIVM at their home address when it is their age group's turn.
Are you registered in the Registration of Non-Residents (RNI) with e-mail address?
Migrant workers who are registered in the RNI and who have provided their e-mail address will receive a digital newsletter in various languages from the government. This states when an appointment can be made (based on year of birth) and how they can do this.
Are you registered in the Registration of Non-Residents (RNI) without e-mail address?
Check this website of the central government to find out when it is your age group's turn to be vaccinated. If this is the case, call the national GGD telephone number between 8.00 and 20.00: +31 (0)800 – 7070. Make sure you have your citizen service number to hand so that you can make an appointment immediately. If you have a DigiD, you can also make an appointment online via coronatest.nl.
We have also put this information on our Polish, Romanian and English website and have written out all relevant information for you to download for each language:
The information in English:
Information about the COVID-19 vaccination
The information in Polish:
Informacje o szczepionce na COVID-19 dla Ciebie
The information in Romanian:
Informaratii pentru dvs. despre vaccinarea impotriva Covid-19
In addition, you can read information about Covid-19 in various languages on the website steffie.corona.nl and the site workinnl.nl contains general information about working and living in the Netherlands and about Covid-19.