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Brussels puts an end to booster shopping

Brussels puts an end to booster shopping

The
Brussels health service has asked people from outside Brussels no longer to turn
up at Brussels vaccine centres before they get their invite.  Until yesterday there was no check on your
domicile when you presented at vaccine centres at two railway stations in the
capital to get a booster jab.

Inge Neven
of the Brussels health service: “During the summer we let unvaccinated
passengers get a first jab at two Brussels railway stations.  We stopped administering vaccines to people
from outside Brussels yesterday.  I’m
sorry for the people from outside Brussels who thought they could get their
booster more quickly here.  Starting
today addresses will be checked”.

“There’s
big demand for boosters in Brussels and some demand for first and second jabs
too.  We want to dedicate our capacity to
people from Brussels”.

“People from
outside Brussels can register on the Qvax reserve list or await their official
invitation”.

“Brussels
GPs too have been asked not to jab people who are not from Brussels”.

“We want to
offer the booster to all Brusselers as quickly as possible.  Chemists and GPs too can jab.  We want everybody to be able to get jabbed in
a familiar setting”.

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