Vaccination Covid-19 by MOBIVAX

© Albert Masias / DWB

This week MOBIVAX comes to DoucheFLUX to vaccinate homeless persons who wish to get the jab against Covid-19. MOBIVAX will be coming back later on. More information about that will follow.

MOBIVAX is a mobile vaccination team set up by Doctors Without Borders, Doctors of the World, the Red Cross and Samusocial. It is accessible to all homeless persons, and in particular to persons without a Belgian National Number, BIS number, Urgent Medical Aid, fixed address and residence permit.

Info

  • Wednesday 09.06.2021 from 10.00 to 12.00 for women only
  • Thursday 10.06.2021 from 9.00 to 11.00 for all
  • free of charge
  • without réservation
  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine (1x)
  • vaccination card given after the jab
  • download poster

10 thoughts on “Vaccination Covid-19 by MOBIVAX”

  1. Please l am an undocumented, l would like to know if l could take part covid vaccination .my name is owusu Bennett, 21/07/87 ,A Ghanaian

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    • Yes, you can! As indicated, it is accessible especially to all persons without a Belgian National Number, BIS number, Urgent Medical Aid, fixed address and residence permit.

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    • Yes, you can. As indicated, it is accessible especially to all persons without a Belgian National Number, BIS number, Urgent Medical Aid, fixed address and residence permit.

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  2. Hi! Do we need to bring anything, or just come to the place and there you give us the vaccine? Is there a queue, do I need to come much earlier than 9am?

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    • You should bring a document which proves your identity. The vaccine offered at DoucheFLUX is accessible to homeless persons, and especially to persons without a Belgian National Number, BIS number, Urgent Medical Aid, fixed address and residence permit. If you do have one of the aforesaid documents, you can also go to Abattoir near Clemenceau where the vaccine is accessible without reservation from Friday to Sunday, from 8.45 to 14.00 (until 18.07.2021).

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    • Yes. As our organisation addresses mostly homeless persons (but not only) we give them this vaccine because we are not sure they would come back for the second jab. This campaign is aimed especially at people who have without residency permit (n registration number, no medical aid…).

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