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The higher the vaccination rate, the more you protect yourself and others and the more likely it is that we can start and continue to provide physical education without any restrictions. We can all contribute to the possibilities for physical education. People who are vaccinated are less likely to become infected with the coronavirus and also less likely to transmit it. The chance of getting infected still exists, but if it does, the chance that you will become very ill is much smaller. 

Our advice is: get vaccinated. You help yourself and other students or colleagues with this. Do you have any doubts? Are you well informed about vaccination? Watch the videos from the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.

Do you have questions or concerns about vaccination against the coronavirus and do you want to inform yourself about this topic? You will find information on this website of the national government.

In Rotterdam, you can get vaccinated free of charge and without an appointment at the vaccination locations of the GGD Rotterdam Rijnmond.

It's not necessary to make an appointment. 

You can get a jab on presentation of a valid identity document. International students without a citizen service number are also welcome. Don't forget to bring your face mask. You may have to wait for a while at the location. This is because everyone has to be registered in the system on the spot and we therefore ask you for your understanding. Once you have had your vaccination, take a seat in the waiting room for 15 minutes.

Have you already had a first and/or second shot with the Pfizer vaccine? You can also visit the injection locations for your second Pfizer injection or booster. Note: There must be 21 days between the first and second injection. You can get the booster shot three months after your last vaccination or three months after a corona infection.

Now that we are going to meet again on location, we will also talk to each other about corona and different views that exist. Also in the classroom. We have received several requests from the organization for guidance on how we can conduct and guide these conversations in a respectful way. This guide is intended to support and guide controversial conversations about sensitive topics.

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