COVID-19 vaccinations

So far approximately 23.8 million vaccine doses have been administered.

Total vaccine doses administered

This graph shows the total number of doses administered according to calculations.

This graph shows the total number of doses administered according to calculations. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. You can also use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
6 Jan18 Oct030,000,000

Expected number of doses this week

110,000

Number of doses the Netherlands expects to administer from 18 to 24 October. This is based on the number of appointments at GGDs and the estimated number of doses administered without an appointment. The actual number may differ, for example due to people cancelling their appointments.

0

Every minute 18 people receive a vaccine dose.

This is an estimate. The estimated figure is based on an average of 13,016 doses per day in the last seven days for which the number of doses administered is known.

Vaccination is the most important step towards getting life back to normal. The Netherlands began vaccinating people against COVID-19 on 6 January 2021. The figures on this page show the progress of vaccinations.

Last values obtained on Tuesday, 19 October. Is updated twice a week.

Vaccination coverage

Turnout 1st dose
87.1%

Percentage of people aged 18 and over (born in 2003 or earlier or earlier) who have had at least one vaccine dose against COVID-19.

Fully vaccinated
83.5%

Percentage of people aged 18 and over (born in 2003 or earlier or earlier) who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

These numbers are calculated as best as possible from the calculated number of vaccine doses administered. Read the explanation in the Explanation of the data presented.

Value of Sunday, 17 October · Source: RIVM

Vaccination coverage by age group

This table shows the percentage of people in an age group who have had at least one vaccine dose against COVID-19 and the percentage who have been fully vaccinated.

The figures are not complete. The vaccination coverage is actually higher. Read the explanation in the Explanation of the data presented.

Age groupTurnout 1st doseFully vaccinated
81 and older1940 or earlier: 818,250 people
91%
88%
71 to 801941-1950: 1,606,720 people
93%
92%
61 to 701951-1960: 2,138,868 people
91%
89%
51 to 601961-1970: 2,552,354 people
88%
87%
41 to 501971-1980: 2,172,171 people
82%
81%
31 to 401981-1990: 2,188,040 people
73%
71%
18 to 301991-2003: 2,887,458 people
70%
67%
12 to 172004-2009: 1,158,933 people
60%
56%

Value of Sunday, 17 October · Source: RIVM

Vaccination coverage per municipality

This map shows the percentage of the population of each municipality that has had at least one vaccine dose against COVID-19. By selecting a municipality on the map, you can also see what percentage of its inhabitants have been fully vaccinated.

12 years and older
12 to 17 years
18 years and older

Percentage

  • 0%
  • 40%
  • 80%

Value of Sunday, 17 October · Source: RIVM

Total number of vaccinated people over time

This graph shows how many people have received a dose of vaccine. It also shows how many of those people are fully vaccinated and how many still have to receive a second dose.

x million
This graph shows how many people have received a dose of vaccine. It also shows how many of those people are fully vaccinated and how many still have to receive a second dose. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. You can also use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
10 Jan30 May17 Oct051015
  • Total number of vaccinated people
  • Partially vaccinated people
  • Fully vaccinated people

Source: RIVM

Doses available for vaccination locations & doses administered

This graph shows how many vaccine doses in total were available for vaccination locations in the Netherlands and how many doses have been administered.

As of July 2021, the Netherlands has received more vaccine doses than we immediately need. The black line in the graph therefore only shows the vaccine doses that have already been delivered to the vaccination locations.

x million
This graph shows how many vaccine doses in total were available for vaccination locations in the Netherlands and how many doses have been administered. *As of July 2021, the Netherlands has received more vaccine doses than we immediately need. The black line in the graph therefore only shows the vaccine doses that have already been delivered to the vaccination locations.* Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. You can also use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
3 Jan27 May17 Oct030
  • Delivered and available vaccines
  • Number of Janssen doses administered
  • Number of AstraZeneca doses administered
  • Number of Moderna doses administered
  • Number of BioNTech/Pfizer doses administered

Source: RIVM

Overview of events

In this overview we keep track of events that show how things are going with vaccinations in the Netherlands.

  1. 2021

  2. 6 January

    First vaccine dose administered

  3. 18 January

    Start vaccination of nursing home residents, small-scale residential home residents and residential care home residents with an intellectual disability

  4. 26 January

    Start vaccination of people born in 1931 or earlier who live at home and are mobile

  5. 29 January

    Start vaccination of people born in 1932 to 1936 who live at home and are mobile

  6. 5 February

    Start vaccination of people born in 1937 to 1941 who live at home and are mobile

  7. 15 February

    Start vaccination of people born in 2005 or earlier with high risk medical conditions and people born in 1956 to 1960 who live at home

  8. 20 February

    1 million vaccine doses administered

  9. 22 February

    Start vaccination of mental healthcare inpatients

  10. 2 March

    Start vaccination of home care and social support providers

  11. 6 March

    Start vaccination of people born in 1942 to 1946 who live at home and are mobile

  12. 15 March

    2 million vaccine doses administered

  13. 6 April

    Start vaccination of people born in 1947 to 1951 who live at home and are mobile and of people who live at home and are not mobile

  14. 6 April

    3 million vaccine doses administered

  15. 15 April

    4 million vaccine doses administered

  16. 19 April

    Start vaccination of people born in 1952 to 1955 who live at home and are mobile

  17. 25 April

    5 million vaccine doses administered

  18. 27 April

    Start vaccination of people born in 1961 to 1971 who live at home

  19. 5 May

    6 million vaccine doses administered

  20. 6 May

    Start vaccination of people born in 1961 to 2003 with other medical conditions

  21. 12 May

    7 million vaccine doses administered

  22. 19 May

    8 million vaccine doses administered

  23. 26 May

    9 million vaccine doses administered

  24. 26 May

    Start vaccination of people born in 1972 to 1981

  25. 2 June

    10 million vaccine doses administered

  26. 3 June

    Start vaccination of people born in 1982 to 1991

  27. 8 June

    11 million vaccine doses administered

  28. 12 June

    Start vaccination of people born in 1992 to 2003

  29. 12 June

    12 million vaccine doses administered

  30. 16 June

    13 million vaccine doses administered

  31. 19 June

    All adults can make an appointment for vaccination

  32. 21 June

    14 million vaccine doses administered

  33. 26 June

    15 million vaccine doses administered

  34. 1 July

    16 million vaccine doses administered

  35. 2 July

    Start vaccination of young people aged 12 and over

  36. 6 July

    17 million vaccine doses administered

  37. 11 July

    All young people aged 12 and over can make an appointment for vaccination

  38. 12 July

    18 million vaccine doses administered

  39. 18 July

    19 million vaccine doses administered

  40. 25 July

    20 million vaccine doses administered

  41. 2 August

    21 million vaccine doses administered

  42. 12 August

    22 million vaccine doses administered

  43. 1 September

    23 million vaccine doses administered

Number of doses administered

23,858,776

This figure is a calculation of the total number of vaccine doses that have been administered. Read more about the calculation in the 'Explanation of the data presented'.

20,122,882 administered by GGDs

Estimated number till Monday, 18 October

1,420,748 administered in institutions (including hospitals)

Estimated number till Monday, 18 October

2,315,146 administered in general practices

Estimated number till Monday, 18 October

Source: RIVM, LNAZ & GGD-GHOR

Willingness to be vaccinated

Coronavirus vaccination is not obligatory. But if everyone does get vaccinated, the virus will spread less easily. It is therefore vital to know how many people are prepared to be vaccinated. Every three weeks, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) conducts a survey to establish how many people want to be or have been vaccinated.

Last values obtained on Tuesday, 19 October. Is updated every three weeks.

Already vaccinated or willing to be

This graph shows the percentage of the population that wishes to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It includes people who have already been vaccinated and people who have not yet been vaccinated but want to be. Percentages are given for the overall population and by age group. The figures for this graph come from a survey conducted every three weeks.

In reality, willingness to be vaccinated is probably slightly lower. Read the explanation in the Explanation of the data presented.

91%

Percentage of the Dutch population aged 16 and above that has been or wants to be vaccinated

This graph shows the percentage of the population that wishes to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It includes people who have already been vaccinated and people who have not yet been vaccinated but want to be. Percentages are given for the overall population and by age group. The figures for this graph come from a survey conducted every three weeks. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. You can also use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
29 Sept 20206 Apr 202111 Oct 20210%25%50%75%100%
  • 70+ years old
  • 55 - 69 years old
  • 40 - 54 years old
  • 25 - 39 years old
  • 16 - 24 years old

This survey was carried out between Tuesday, 5 October en Monday, 11 October. Is updated every three weeks.

Deliveries and stock

How many vaccine doses can be administered depends on how many doses we have. Vaccine doses are delivered to the Netherlands every week. This page shows how many doses of vaccine were delivered to the Netherlands and how many doses are in stock.

Last values obtained on Wednesday, 20 October. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Deliveries

This graph shows how many doses of each vaccine the Netherlands has received in a given week.

x 100.000
This graph shows how many doses of each vaccine the Netherlands has received or expects to receive in a given week. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
6 - 12 Sept13 - 19 Sept20 - 26 Sept27 Sept - 3 Oct4 - 10 Oct11 - 17 Oct01234567891011121314
  • BioNTech/Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • AstraZeneca
  • Janssen

Source: RIVM

Doses in stock per type of vaccine

This is the number of vaccine doses currently in stock at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). The total stock consists of the available and not yet available stock. Read more about the types of vaccine stockpiles.

Select type of vaccine to see the doses in stock

This is the number of vaccine doses currently in stock at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). The total stock consists of the available and not yet available stock. [Read more about the types of vaccine stockpiles](https://coronadashboard.government.nl/artikelen/is-de-voorraad-vaccins-nou-echt-zo-groot-of-zit-het-anders). Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. You can also use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
15 Sept1 Oct17 Oct02,000,0004,000,0006,000,000
  • Available doses in stock of BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine
  • Total number of doses in stock of BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine

Source: RIVM