Do you want to get the Covid vaccine, but you can’t make an appointment? Then we have good news for you! All Brussels residents aged 12 and over can now come to our vaccination centers without an appointment. Getting vaccinated against Covid-19 has never been so easy! Walk-in coronavirus vaccination is only possible for your first dose.

Do you prefer to get vaccinated in your own neighbourhood? No problem: the Vacci-Bus is there for you! Find out below where the next stops of our Vacci-Busses are located.

When can you come to the vaccination center without an appointment?

The Pfizer vaccine is used in all vaccination centers, except for Pacheco (Moderna).
Young people aged 12 to 15 have to be accompanied by (one of) their parents or their guardian when they come to the vaccination center.

From the age of 18, it is also possible to opt for the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine. If you want to be vaccinated with this vaccine, you must give your written informed consent beforehand.

For those who receive a first injection with the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, a second appointment will be scheduled (approximately one month after the first dose).

In the tables below, you can see at a glance which vaccination centers still have places available for the next few days:

Please note: Walk-in vaccinations without appointment depend on the number of vaccines available at the vaccination center of your choice. If you come to the vaccination center without an appointment, your spot is not guaranteed: if more people show up than expected, the vaccines for that day may run out at some point.

So, if you want to be sure that you will be vaccinated on a given day, we advise you to make an appointment via Bru-Vax

Did you choose the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in Bru-Vax and are you younger than 41? Don’t forget to give your informed consent by checking the appropriate box after reading the information sheet.