The vaccination centres in the Bruxelles-Midi and Bruxelles-Central train stations were open over the weekend and will continue to be for as long as necessary, SNCB says.
No appointment is needed to visit the centres which have been open since September of this year, according to Bruzz. People can now receive their third booster dose there.
“As of Saturday 4 December, the vaccination centres in Brussels-Central and Brussels-Midi stations will also be open on Saturdays and Sundays,” the SNCB announced on Monday via Twitter.
La #SNCB met à disposition des locaux à Bruxelles pour accueillir 3 centres de vaccination. Ils ouvrent cette semaine dans les gares de Bruxelles-Midi, Bruxelles-Central ainsi qu’à Train World. Ils sont accessibles à tous et sans rendez-vous : https://t.co/pbGGo7Na9a pic.twitter.com/fSYW2vrnHw
— SNCB (@SNCB) September 13, 2021
Translation: The #SNCB is providing premises in Brussels to host 3 vaccination centres. They are opening this week in the Brussels-Midi and Brussels-Central stations as well as at Train World. They are accessible to all without an appointment.
The new schedule was confirmed by the Joint Community Commission (JGC), which runs the centres.
Vaccination centre locations
At both Bruxelles-Midi and Bruxelles-Central, the vaccination centres are open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 AM to 7:30 PM. On weekdays, the hours are 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM.
The vaccination centre at Bruxelles-Central is located at the intersection of Putterij/Kantersteen 16. The one at Bruxelles-Midi station is at Victor Horta square.
There is also a vaccination centre in the Jette station, which is open during the week and on weekends from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM.