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THE SUNDAY SWISHING – AND LAST CHANCE FOR VACCINATION IN FLANDERS

This Was Not The Horse Riding Lesson That She Expected

Get Your First Coronavirus Shot By The 10th Of September

The COVID-19 vaccination centres, in Flanders, are closing on the 15th of October. Therefore, if you are living in Flemish Belgium, you must book in for your first vaccination shot before the 10th of September, if you wish to use one of these centres. You can read more about this in the following link

FLEMISH VACCINATION CENTRES ARE CLOSING

I have no idea what the procedure would be for getting vaccinated after this date, but having been vaccinated in my local centre, I can attest to it being a simple and easy procedure. I would recommend using your local vaccination centre in Flanders, whilst the option is still available

Prefectdt

8 responses »

  1. Interesting pic Prefectdt. Interesting too that the Flemish vac centres are closing.

    I have my second shot tomorrow and I’m glad as after a long time Covid free and with no restrictions delta has hit here and we are currently under lockdown. Most of the country are due to step down the level of restrictions from this Wednesday as the outbreak seems to be contained to one particular city thankfully.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    • The centres are closing because nearly everyone who is able to get vaccinated, in Flanders, has been vaccinated. The roll-out has been very successful in Flanders, better than in the rest of Belgium. Of all the adults in Flanders, only about 300,000 refused the jabs.

      I hope that they contain the Delta variant in New Zealand, Roz

      Prefectdt

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  2. Lovely photo, in a class setting. We are both fully vaccinated, and I truly wish every government would start issuing vaccine passports, where only the vaccinated can have inside dining, theatres, even eventually any store or event. It should be the unvaccinated that are restricted from doing things, not the vaccinated for fear of catching from the unvaccinated.
    bottoms up
    Red

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    • I have a European vaccine passport Red. I only need it for large events in Belgium, though. If I cross the border into France, I need it for cafés, restaurants, cinemas, ETC. Just about everything but shops

      Prefectdt

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    • So you suggest Apartheid as a solution?

      Why use electronic devices, there is allready prove for working solutions if skin colour is not available!

      You may not want to publish it, we are all sure we should fight that shit if its only a mouth commitment and no real envolvement in psychopath government rules

      Reply

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