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COVID-19 vaccinations

Vaccination is important to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus. The Netherlands began vaccinating people against COVID-19 on 6 January 2021. The figures on this page show the progress of vaccination.

The figures have been updated based on the latest population data. For more information about this see Coronadashboard data explained.

There is a temporary interruption in the data flow between GGDGHOR and RIVM. This has to do with the preparation for data exchange regarding the vaccinations in the autumn. We expect to be able to publish data again in 1-2 weeks.

Last values obtained on Wednesday, 14 September. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Vaccination coverage

Turnout booster vaccination
63.9%

Percentage of the 18+ population (born in 2004 or earlier) who have completed the primary series of corona vaccinations and also had a booster vaccination.

Value of Sunday, 4 September · Source: RIVM

Completed primary series
82.8%

Percentage of people aged 18 and over (born in 2004 or earlier or earlier) who have completed the primary series of corona vaccinations.

Percentage of people aged 18 and over (born in 2004 or earlier or earlier) who have had at least 1 corona jab is 83.5%.

Value of Sunday, 4 September · Source: RIVM

The figures are not complete. The vaccination coverage is actually higher. For detailed information go to Coronadashboard data explained .

Vaccinated people

This table shows how many people who have received the primary series of corona vaccinations, as well as the booster and the repeat vaccinations. More information about the variety of vaccinations in the drop-down menu.

It is expected that 6,300 people will be vaccinated this week.

Vaccinations
Repeat vaccination
Last week: 9,475
Total amount*: 2,707,637

Certain groups of people can get a repeat vaccination against corona 3 months after a booster shot (or a corona infection). This repeat shot should bring the protection against corona back up to standard. These groups are people over 60, residents of nursing homes, people with Down syndrome and people with a immune disorder. The repeat vaccination is not part of the primary series of corona vaccinations.

Booster vaccination
Last week: 3,527
Total amount*: 9,282,497
Primary serie
Last week: 651
Total amount*: 12,533,156

* Total number of people currently registered in the Netherlands. More information in Coronadashboard data explained.

Value of Sunday, 4 September · Source: RIVM

Vaccine doses administered

This chart shows which vaccines have been used for the corona jabs in the past week.

  1. Moderna: 6,721

  2. BioNTech/Pfizer: 6,516

  3. Janssen: 84

  4. Novavax: 41

Value from Monday, 29 August - Sunday, 4 September obtained on Wednesday, 14 September · Source: RIVM

Vaccination coverage per municipality

This map shows the percentage of the population of each municipality or safety region that have completed the primary series of corona vaccinations. By adjusting the map, you can also see which percentage of the relevant population also had a booster jab.

Adjust the map
The map shows "12 years and older"
The map shows "18 years and older"
The map shows "Booster vaccination"
The map shows "Completed primary series"

Value of Sunday, 4 September · Source: RIVM

Vaccination coverage by age group

This table shows the percentage of people in an age group who have received the primary series of corona vaccinations and the percentage who also have received a booster shot.

Age groupPrimary seriesBooster vaccinationPrimary series and booster vaccination
80 and older1942 or earlier: 919,460 people
92%
87%
70 to 791943-1952: 1,718,047 people
93%
88%
60 to 691953-1962: 2,219,618 people
89%
81%
50 to 591963-1972: 2,540,900 people
86%
70%
40 to 491973-1982: 2,116,528 people
80%
57%
30 to 391983-1992: 2,272,398 people
71%
45%
18 to 291993-2004: 2,706,593 people
70%
39%
12 to 172005-2010: 1,166,845 people
56%
2%
5 to 112011-2017: 1,269,220 people
3%
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Value of Sunday, 4 September · Source: RIVM

Archived graphs

The graphs below are no longer updated. More information and data files are available in Coronadashboard data explained.