Vaccination against hepatitis B
Hepatitis B is a highly contagious disease of the liver that you can get through sex. If sex makes you more likely to get Hepatitis B, you can get a free vaccination against Hepatitis B at the Center for Sexual Health (CSG) of GGD Flevoland.
Free hepatitis B vaccination at the CSG of GGD Flevoland
If you are male or transgender and have sex with men or if sex is your job, you have a higher risk of contracting Hepatitis B. You can therefore get vaccinated against Hepatitis B (and A) for free at the Public Health Service. For more information, visit the Man to Man website, or the Sexwerk.info website.
Call 088 002 99 10 (Mon-Fri 8:00-17:00) to make an appointment for a Hepatitis B vaccination
You can reach us Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Do you already have an appointment for an STI test at GGD Flevoland? Then we can already give you the first hepatitis B vaccination during this appointment. You need 3 shots to be protected against Hepatitis B for life.
You can also get a Hepatitis A shot, for which you pay €25 per shot. You need 2 hepatitis A shots to be protected for 30 years.
Do you need a Hepatitis B vaccination for work (not sex work) or travel?
Then check out GGD Flevoland's webpage on travel vaccinations.
Learn more about Hepatitis B (and A).
- More information about Hepatitis B (Soa Aids Netherlands)
- Video on Hepatitis A (Man to Man)
- Vaccinations against hepatitis (Man to Man)
- Hepatitis B vaccination if sex is your job (sexwork.info)