On Monday, 10 vaccination centers will be open in Brussels. How long does it take to reach them by public transport? The answer in a map.
As of this Monday, March 22, 10 vaccination centers in the Brussels Region will be open. They will all be accessible from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. The Heysel center will also be open on Saturday.
The location of the 10 vaccination centers:
Since February 2, the Pachéco testing and vaccination center has opened its doors. This was followed by the opening of the Heysel center on February 16.
Since March 15, four new vaccination centers in Molenbeek, Schaerbeek, Forest and Woluwe-Saint-Pierre have opened their doors to the public.
From Monday 22nd of March, it will also be possible to go to the vaccination centers in Anderlecht, Uccle and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert.
The opening of the vaccination center at the military hospital of Neder-Over-Heembeek is on stand-by, following delays in the delivery of vaccines in Belgium.
Let’s note that in Brussels, it is possible to change the center appointed to you by phone, if the one written on the convocation does not suit you. So you might as well choose the one closest to your home.
The selection of these centers was made by politicians, based on their accessibility and size, in order to be able to quickly vaccinate a maximum of people. But what is the reality, when you have to rely on public transport to get there?