Vaccination against the coronavirus

When will you get a vaccine? How do you know it is your turn? Where will you get vaccinated?

Where do you get the vaccine?

Brabanthal, Brabantlaan 1, 3001 Leuven
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How do you get there?

By bike

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By car

There is a free parking lot in front of the Brabanthal.

By  bus

  • To stop 'Brabanthal':
    • Line 4 (direction Herent - Haasrode)
    • Line 630 (direction Wijgmaal - Haasrode)
  • To stop 'VDAB-Syntra', about 600 meters walk to Brabanthal:
    • Line 4 and 630 (direction Herent - Haasrode)
    • Line 5 (direction Vaalbeek - Wakkerzeel)
    • Line 6 (direction Hoegaarden - Wijgmaal)
    • Line 630 (direction Wijgmaal - Haasrode)

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  • The hall is easily accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Guide dogs for blind people are allowed.
  • Less mobile people who are unable to leave their homes will be vaccinated at home. Contact the corona information center.

What do you bring?

  • Identity card
  • E-ticket, on paper or on your smartphone (or your invitation if you don't have a printer or smartphone)
  • Mouth mask
Come alone. There is an exception for people who need guidance.

When is it your turn?

We follow the Federal Government timing:

  • January - February 2021
    Residents of residential care centres and healthcare workers
  • From March 2021
    People over 65, high-risk groups and essential professions (e.g. fire brigade and police)
  • From June 2021
    Broader adult population
The timing depends on the availability of vaccines.


  • You will receive a personal invitation by post approximately 2 weeks before your vaccination. If your contact details are known, you will also receive a text message and an e-mail.
  • The invitation contains your vaccination code and the day and time of your appointment.
  • You can confirm, reschedule or cancel your appointment. This can be done online or by telephone.