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Welcome to the Netherlands. On this page, you will find information about the topics that are most frequently asked about on RefugeeHelp. This page will be updated monthly with the most relevant topics.

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Last updated: Thursday, July 21, 2022

The following organisations provide information on COVID-19 in the Netherlands and give an overview of the current restrictions.

Coronavirus measures in the Netherlands

How is the Netherlands dealing with the coronavirus? At the moment there are no corona measures in the Netherlands. However, the government does provide a number of advices to limit the spreading. On the website of the Rijksoverheid you can find more information about vaccinations in the Netherlands. Click on the link below for all general information about the coronavirus in the Netherlands.

Vaccination without appointment

Do you want to get a corona vaccination without an appointment? Drop by whenever you are available. Go to the website prikken zonder afspraak (get vaccinated without an appointment) for more information. Bring your ID and fill out the health check (available in various languages) at the location. Would you rather make an appointment? Call 0800 7070 (available in Dutch and English).

GGD (Municipal Health Service)

For questions about COVID-19 and other health-related issues, you can contact the GGD (Municipal Health Service). Find general information about the GGD in your area here.


Pharos offers information about the Coronavirus in multiple languages, including Russian and Ukrainian. The information on Pharos is updated regularly.


Do you have questions about Covid-19 or about the vaccination(s)? Then you can go to vragenovercorona.nl to ask your questions to a healthcare professional. It is possible to speak in several languages.

There is a special telephone consultation hour for refugees from Ukraine. The consultation hour is on Tuesday and Thursday from 14.00 to 18.00 hours.

More information is available on the website. The telephone number can be reached free of charge on 0800 7707707.