Self-scheduling for the booster dose has been available for people over 40 years of age since last Monday, having opened up on Thursday for people who are 35 and over, and now for people 30 and over.

The self-scheduling portal also allows appointments for people aged 60 or over for a booster dose against covid-19 and flu vaccine, as well as for those over 18 who have been vaccinated with Janssen for at least 90 days.

According to data from Wednesday from the Directorate-General for Health, more than four million people have already received the booster dose of the immunization against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and more than 8.7 million have the complete primary vaccination.