Belgium vaccinates foreign seafarers calling on ports

In line with the US and Germany, Belgium now offers the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to foreign seafarers calling on Belgian ports.

Port of Antwerp | Photo: PR / Port of Antwerpen

Monday, Belgian health authorities started vaccinating foreign seafarers in Belgian ports.

The initiative follows the country's vaccination campaign to Belgian citizens, including the country's seafarers, and the vaccines will now be offered to seafarers on board foreign ships calling on Belgian ports.

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