En De
Total doses
given
36.1M
People fully
vaccinated
12M
% Fully
vaccinated
68.32%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Visa
Visa not required for 30 countries
Permission
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

10.08.2022

Due to the lockdown from 15 December 2020; there is a general visitor ban for 2 people per day. This also counts for individuals from nursing homes receiving visitors. Additionally; depending on the situation; specific nursing homes can have additional restrictions.; 23/01/21: people receive a maximum of 1 person aged 13 or older per day and visit. Also; a curfew is in place between 21:00-4:30.; 8/03/21: a maximum of 2 different people per resident may visit per day. This applies from the moment that all residents have been vaccinated twice. If this is not the case; then the 1 visitor rule remains. Other visitor conditions are 1. Everyone keeps a distance of 1.5 meters from each other.; 2.Everyone washes their hands regularly.;2. Is there an increased number of infections in the region of the nursing home you are visiting? Then the advice is that one wears a surgical mouth and nose mask when in contact with residents within 1.5 meters. 3. Always stay at home if you have complaints that are consistent with the coronavirus and get tested.; 15/03/2022: compulsory measures are lifted; only voluntary mask wearing.

10.08.2022

Guidelines and provisions for homeless population; including provision of shelter where 1.5 meter social distancing rules cannot be followed. Night and Day shelter for homeless should continue to be provided by government if staff can be safe.

03.08.2022

19/12/2021 There is a ban on all events. Funerals with a maximum of 100 guests; weekly markets and professional sports competitions without an audience are excluded. Christmas markets are not allowed. Outside there is a maximum group size of 2 people above the age of 13 years old. People who live at 1 address are excluded from this. On Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; Boxing Day and at the turn of the year; the maximum outdoor group size will increase to 4 people over the age of 13 years old.

03.08.2022

All events with need for license/notification to government will be banned till 1 September 2020; also for small events. Exceptions for funerals & church weddings. This ban includes festivals; 4-day hike; official soccer games.

02.08.2022

19/12/2021 Essential shops; such as supermarkets and drugstores; are open until 8pm. A mask obligation applies here and a maximum of 1 visitor per 5 m2 meter.; 23/03/2022: The obligation to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces has been lifted.

01.08.2022

Cancellation of all events >100 people; including musea; concerts; theaters and sportgames. Partial release cultural institutions from 1 June 2020 12:00; Film; theater and concert halls may open under conditions: a maximum of 30 people in the audience; with maximum of 100 people from 1 July 2020. Visitors must book in advance; a preliminary interview to determine whether a visit poses risks; everyone keeps 1.5 meters apart. Museums and monuments are allowed to open if visitors buy tickets in advance and have a check-up conversation. The maximum number of visitors is dependent on the building. 1.5 meters must be kept away. Music schools and centers for the arts are open. There is a maximum number of 30 people per building; who must keep 1.5 meters away. From 1 July 2020; Cinemas; restaurants; cafes; theatres and concert halls may open to unlimited number as long as there are set seats; reservations and health checks as well as the 1;5 meter rule. Also Casino’s; Gyms & Sauna’s as well as cafeterias at sport or associations will be allowed to open. From 1 July 2020; Sexworkers can work again and coffeeshops re-open. No date has been set yet for nightclubs/disco's. Nightclubs and disco's are the only entertainment venues still closed from 1 July 2020. In other similar entertainment venues dancing is not allowed and people need to stay in assigned seats. On 10 August; two clubs in Groningen were shut down.; 01/07/2020: Nightclubs and disco's are the only entertainment venues still closed from 1 July 2020. In other similar entertainment venues dancing is not allowed and people need to stay in assigned seats. On 10 August; two clubs in Groningen were shut down.

01.08.2022

19/05/2021: outdoor recreation can re-open. This includes attractions; nature and animal parks; as well as open-air theatres; open-air cinemas and open-air museums. In addition; locations for art and culture; such as music schools; may also be open. Reservations are mandatory and only possible for maximum groups of 2 people/1 household.; 5/06/ 2021; museums and monuments can open again inside. Cinemas; art houses; pop venues and theatres can also open again under conditions such as reservation; a health check; and fixed seats. The interior spaces of amusement; nature and animal parks are also allowed to open; such as reptile enclosures or indoor attractions. Casinos and gaming locations; saunas and wellness centres are also allowed to open. A reservation is for a maximum of 4 people; with the exception of children up to and including 12 years old and persons of the same household. There is a maximum of 50 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters per room or a maximum of 50 people per space at a distance of 1.5 meters. For museums; 1 visitor per 10 m2 may be present. An exception to this are the large halls with a capacity of 1000 permanent seats or more. Here; a maximum of 250 people are allowed to sit at 1.5 meters; excluding staff. Visitors wear a mask inside.; 26/06/2021; everything will be open with regular opening hours. However; a number of conditions still apply for both indoor and outdoor spaces. In areas where people have a fixed seat; people must be placed with a distance of one and a half meters from each other. Registration and a check conversation remain mandatory. In areas where people do not have a permanent place; such as in a shop or museum; a maximum capacity of 1 visitor per 5m 2 applies. If the corona green certificate ticket is used; the obligation of one and a half meters will lapse and the regular capacity will apply. ;30/06/2021; other events with a permit requirement are allowed under certain conditions.; 1/07/2021: Discos and nightclubs are closing their doors again. However; other entertainment venues like museums and zoos; theatres etc. are open with a distance of 1.5 metres.; 25/09/2021 Entertainment venues are allowed to be open; but the corona green certificate is required for everyone from 13 years at places that will get busier; such as s restaurants and bars; events; music venues; theatres and cinemas. Entertainment; such as live music; is allowed again. There is no maximum number of visitors except for indoor events without assigned seats where up to 75% capacity is allowed and doors have to close between 00:00-06:00.; 28/11/2021 There is a closing time for all locations and events between 5:00 PM and 5:00 AM.

07.07.2022

Parties small and manageable and everyone keeps distance a meter and a half away from each other.

07.07.2022

5/06/2021: measures will be released further; including that for home visits. The new advice is: receive a maximum of 4 people per day at your home. The maximum group size outside goes to 4 people. This means that someone can be outside with 3 others. Or do an activity with 3 others. For both rules; children up to the age of 12 are not included. From 26 June 2021; there will be no more restrictions on the number of visitors that people can receive at home. The restriction on group formation will also be abolished. It is important to keep a distance of one and a half meters from visitors at home and from others outside the home.

07.07.2022

19/11/2020: the number of visitors at home or in the garden goes back to 3 visitors per day. You should only receive a maximum of 1 group of people per day. People may be outdoors in groups of a maximum 4 people or 1 household. In indoor spaces where people are seated a maximum of 30 people applies. There is now a maximum of 100 people for funerals.; 15/12/2020: there is a full lockdown in place with only 2 people being allowed outside together or all people who belong to 1 household. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. At home only 2 visitors are allowed. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. On 24; 25 and 26 December you can receive a maximum of 3 people at home. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. From 23 January 2021; receive a maximum of one person aged 13 or older per day and visit somewhere no more than once a day. Also; a curfew is in place between 21:00-4:30.; 28/04/2021: the new advice is maximum of 2 people per day and maximum once a day. Also limit the number of different contacts in a week; wash your hands upon entering and keep 1.5 meters distance. ; 5/6/2021; measures will be released further to 4 people per day.

07.07.2022

4/11/2020: a group in a public space (indoor/outdoor) consists of a maximum of 2 people from different households. At home you can receive a maximum of 2 visitors per day.; 19/11/2020: private gatherings go back to 3 visitors per day at home and 30 people in public indoor spaces consisting of groups of 4 or 1 household. A maximum of 20 people applies for weddings from 4 till 18 November. For funerals; a maximum of 30 people applies from 9 November till 18 November.

07.07.2022

From 1 June 2020; in all publicly accessible buildings; a maximum of 30 people may gather; excluding personnel. We also use the 1.5 meter distance here. At home; it remains urgent to keep visitors 1.5 meters away; both indoors and in the garden and on the balcony.

07.07.2022

Receive a maximum of 4 guests per day at home. 19/12/2021: Do not receive more than two guests at home (children 13 years old and younger are excluded). There are exceptions for Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; Boxing Day and New Year's Eve. On those days a maximum of 4 guests over the age of 13 years are allowed. Also do not make multiple visits per day.; 15/01/2022 A maximum of 4 people from 13 years per day are allowed at home and a maximum of 1 household visit per day.; 15/03/2022: all restrictions were lifted.

07.07.2022

18/08/2020: you receive a maximum of 6 people in your house or garden. You still keep 1.5 meters away. Children up to the age of 13 do not count. People who live in your house don't count either. Ask your visit if they don't have a fever or a cold. From 29 September there is a further restriction to 3 visitors.; 29/09/2020: the number of visitors at home or in the garden has been further restricted to only 3 guests (children up to 13 years old not included). Previously visitors at home or in the garden were limited to 6 people (children up to 13 years old not included). This is implemented because at the moment most infections are linked to: family gatherings; birthday parties; neighbourhood drinks and gatherings of groups of friends. Preferably go to a catering room for larger gatherings so people can keep their distance and have assigned seats.; 14/10/2020; a group in a public space (indoor/outdoor) consists of a maximum of 4 people from different households. This includes children up to and including 12 years old but excludes staff. If there is a continuous flow of people outside; such as in animal parks or markets; then there is a standard for the number of visitors per square meter. In a wider indoor space more people can be in one space; but the groups within should still be limited to 4 people (also see measures for public gatherings).; 4/11/2020: groups can only consist of 2 people (of different households).

07.07.2022

Gatherings of more than 3 people (unless they are family living together) are forbidden; including household visits. They government calls it an 'intelligent lockdown'. The rule of three people and 1.5 meters distance can be enforced by law in public areas (shut down of public spaces or fines up to 400 euros). From 1 June; it is allowed to gather in public spaces with up to 30 people if they stay 1.5 meters from each other. The distance is still enforceable by law. From 1 June 2020; people are not enforced to stay home unless needed; but they are still asked to avoid crowds. People are allowed to do more things from 1 June 2020 and also with other people while maintaining the distance of 1.5 meters (this is still enforceable by law) if from different households. People will be allowed to gather in groups of up to 30 in public buildings like meetings; but they still need to keep 1.5 meter distance or the law enforcers can take action. Three people.

20.05.2022

25/02/2022 Wearing a face mask does not apply anymore when traveling in the catering industry; in education or in the store. In order to offer vulnerable people the opportunity to travel safely; it will remain mandatory to wear a face mask in public transport and at the airport.; 15/03/2022 The obligation to wear masks in and around public transport will expire on Wednesday 23 March 2022. Where it is busy; you can protect yourself and others by wearing a mask. For the time being; it remains mandatory to wear a mask on the plane and at the airport after security.

10.05.2022

Due to the new infections; measures at mink farms will be strengthened from 10 July 2020. It is now mandatory for employees on mink farms to use personal protective equipment; such as non-medical mouth masks and face shields. Compliance with the hygiene protocol is the responsibility of the sector. To prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 between mink farms; a national ban on the transportation of mink is currently in place.

03.03.2022

15/01/2022 The doors of the shops can open again every day; until 5 pm. 1.5 meters must be kept; there is a visitor standard; a mouth cap obligation and hygiene measures. Hairdressers; nail studios; and people with other contact professions can resume their work until 5 p.m.; 26/01/2022 Shops and contact professions such as hairdressers will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m.; 18/02/2022 All locations can open again until 1 a.m. The corona ticket (3G) will remain in effect until February 25 at all locations where it must already be shown.; 26/02/2022 You no longer have to show the corona ticket in; for example; the catering industry; cinemas and museums.

03.03.2022

26/01/2022 The catering industry will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m.; 18/02/2022 All locations can open again until 1 a.m. The corona ticket (3G) will remain in effect until February 25 at all locations where it must already be shown. At locations with more than 500 people; a permanent seat and wearing a mask when moving is still mandatory.; 25/02/2022 There are no longer a maximum number of visitors and a fixed seat needed. Also normal opening times apply again.

03.03.2022

28/11/2021 Wearing a face mask is mandatory in all public locations.; 25/01/2022 A mask obligation (from 13 years) still applies in and around public transport. And in public indoor spaces such as shops; museums; cinemas and the catering industry. For cinemas; theatres and catering; if you sit; the mask can be removed. Wherever it is not possible to keep 1.5 meters away; it is only recommended to wear a face mask; even outside. For example in busy shopping streets. 25/02/2022 Wearing a face mask does not apply when traveling in the catering industry; in education or in the store. In order to offer vulnerable people the opportunity to travel safely; it will remain mandatory to wear a face mask in public transport and at the airport.

03.03.2022

28/11/2021 Wearing a face mask is mandatory in all public locations.; 29/11/2021 Students in groups 6; 7 and 8 of primary and secondary education will wear face masks in the hallway; as will the teaching staff.; 15/01/2022 Wherever it is not possible to keep a distance of 1.5 meters; it is recommended to wear a face mask.; 25/01/2022 A mask obligation (from 13 years) still applies in and around public transport. And in public indoor spaces such as shops; museums; cinemas and the catering industry. For cinemas; theatres and catering; if you sit; the mask can be removed. Wherever it is not possible to keep 1.5 meters away; it is recommended to wear a face mask; even outside. For example in busy shopping streets. 25/02/2022 Wearing a face mask does not apply when traveling in the catering industry; in education or in the store. In order to offer vulnerable people the opportunity to travel safely; it will remain mandatory to wear a face mask in public transport and at the airport.

03.03.2022

26/01/2022 Theaters; cinemas and concert halls can partially open again until 10 p.m. However; a number of restrictive measures apply here; such as showing a corona ticket; keeping 1.5 meters of distance and wearing a mask when walking. Museums and monuments can also open again showing a corona ticket and wearing a mask; with a maximum of 1 visitor per 5 square meters.; 18/02/2022 All locations can open again until 1 a.m. The corona ticket (3G) will remain in effect until February 25 at all locations where it must already be shown. At locations with more than 500 people; a permanent seat and wearing a mask when moving is still mandatory.; 25/02/2022 You no longer have to show the corona ticket in; for example; the catering industry; cinemas and museums. In addition; normal opening hours apply again and a fixed seat is no longer required. Indoor meetings with more than 500 people without a fixed seat; such as night catering and festivals; are again possible. The following applies: Test before access.

21.02.2022

19/12/2021 All catering is closed. Ordering and collection is possible.

21.02.2022

19/12/2021 Cinemas; museums; theaters and concert halls are closed.

31.01.2022

Receive a maximum of 4 guests per day at home. 19/12/2021: Do not receive more than two guests at home (children 13 years old and younger are excluded). There are exceptions for Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; Boxing Day and New Year's Eve. On those days a maximum of 4 guest over the age of 13 years are allowed. Also do not make multiple visits per day.; 15/01/2022 A maximum of 4 people from 13 years per day are allowed at home and a maximum of 1 household visit per day.

31.01.2022

28/11/2021 Amateur sports (matches and training) are no longer allowed between 5:00 PM and 5:00 AM. Top sport (training and playing matches) and professional art and culture are allowed after 5 pm. Without an audience.; 19/12/2021 All indoor sports locations are closed (with the exception of swimming lessons). Outdoor sports venues remain open for all ages between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. For adults from 18 years old; sports are allowed outside with a maximum of 2 people 1.5 meters away. Children and young people up to the age of 17 can play sports outside and play matches at their own club.

31.01.2022

19/12/2021 All non-essential shops are closed. It is possible to order; pick up and return. All non-medical contact professions; such as hairdressers and beauticians; are closed.

21.01.2022

19/12/2021 There is a ban on all events. Funerals with a maximum of 100 guests; weekly markets and professional sports competitions without an audience are excluded. Christmas markets are not allowed. Outside there is a maximum group size of 2 people above the age of 13 years old. People who live at 1 address are excluded from this. On Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; Boxing Day and at the turn of the year; the maximum outdoor group size will increase to 4 people over the age of 13 years old.

21.12.2021

Indoor events with corona tickets are allowed with maximum 2/3 of the regular capacity and without a corona ticket with 1/3 of the regular capacity keeping 1.5 meters distance. Outside events with corona ticket with a maximum of 750 visitors or a maximum of 2/3 of the regular capacity and without corona ticket with 1/3 of the regular capacity keeping 1.5 meters distance.; 25/09/2021 Access is only possible at events (such as festivals; performances; parties and the public at professional sports competitions) with the corona ticket for everyone from 13 years.

21.12.2021

Events can take place until 6 p.m. with a corona ticket and a fixed seat. And with a maximum of 1250 people per room.

21.12.2021

19/12/2021 Essential shops; such as supermarkets and drugstores; are open until 8pm. A mask obligation applies here and a maximum of 1 visitor per 5 m2 meter.

21.12.2021

Discos and nightclubs are closing their doors again. However; other entertainment venues like museums and zoos; theatres etc. are open with a distance of 1.5 metres.; 25/09/2021 Entertainment venues are allowed to be open; but the corona green certificate is required for everyone from 13 years at places that will get busier; such as s restaurants and bars; events; music venues; theatres and cinemas. Entertainment; such as live music; is allowed again. There is no maximum number of visitors except for indoor events without assigned seats where up to 75% capacity is allowed and doors have to close between 00:00-06:00.; 28/11/2021 There is a closing time for all locations and events between 5:00 PM and 5:00 AM.

21.12.2021

Non-essential shops and services such as clothing stores; contact professions such as the hairdresser and casinos are open until 6 p.m.; 28/11/2021 There is a closing time for all locations and events between 5:00 PM and 5:00 AM.

21.12.2021

All catering closes daily from midnight to 6 am. On working hours everyone has a fixed seat and is one and a half meters away from each other. Entertainment; such as live performances and loud music; is prohibited.; 25/09/2021 Access is only possible at catering establishments (except takeaway restaurants) with the corona green certificate for everyone from 13 years as well as a registration and health check. Exceptions for the corona green certificate apply for terraces or take-away. For catering establishments; the mandatory closing time between 00:00 and 06:00 continues to apply; except for take-away.; 28/11/2021 There is a closing time for all locations and events between 5:00 PM and 5:00 AM. 13/11/2021 Restaurants and cafes are open until 8pm. A corona ticket and a fixed seat are required.

13.12.2021

06/11/2021 Face masks are again mandatory in all public locations inside where no corona tickets are used. This applies; among other things; to: In all publicly accessible buildings within and covered areas where no corona ticket is used; such as: Supermarkets; shops; libraries; game locations; amusement parks. Public transport; in stations; including shops at the station; on platforms and at tram and bus stops. At airports and on airplanes. When moving in MBO schools; colleges and universities. If you sit; the mouth cap can be taken off. In the performance of contact professions; where necessary; this applies to both customer and service provider.; 13/11/2021 If no corona ticket is required; a mouth mask is mandatory.

26.11.2021

There is a maximum of 50 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters per room or hall. An exception to this are the large halls with 1 000 or more permanent seats. A maximum of 250 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters applies in that case. This applies to all large indoor and outdoor halls. For example; event halls; open-air theatres; concert halls; etc. ; 10/07/2021: Events; cultural locations and the public at professional sports competitions and sports and youth activities are accessible only when everyone is seated 1;5 meters away from each other. When using the corona admission ticket (testing for access); a maximum of two-thirds of the capacity may be used. Access test for a corona ticket is valid for 24 hours. ; 18/08/2021 Inside events with corona ticket with maximum 2/3 of the regular capacity and without corona ticket with 1/3 of the regular capacity keeping 1.5 meters distance.; 25/09/2021 Access is only possible at events (such as festivals; performances; parties and the public at professional sports competitions) with the corona ticket for everyone from 13 years. Indoor events without a fixed seat can allow up to 75% of the regular visitor capacity and there is a mandatory closing time between 00:00 and 06:00.

11.11.2021

From 26 June 2021; the mandatory mask obligation largely expires; except in situations where 1 1/2 meter distance cannot be maintained. This is the case in passenger transport; in public transport and at designated places around public transport; such as stations. This also counts for airports and in airplanes; as well as in secondary education. The mask obligation also expires in contact professions. There is; however; a check conversation that must take place.; 25/09/2021 Students and teaching staff of secondary schools will no longer have to wear face masks in the corridors.

10.09.2021

There is a maximum of 50 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters per room or hall. An exception to this are the large halls with 1 000 or more permanent seats. A maximum of 250 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters applies in that case. This applies to all large indoor and outdoor halls. For example; event halls; open-air theatres; concert halls; etc. ; 10/07/2021: Events; cultural locations and the public at professional sports competitions and sports and youth activities are accessible only when everyone is seated 1;5 meters away from each other. When using the corona admission ticket (testing for access); a maximum of two-thirds of the capacity may be used. Access test for a corona ticket is valid for 24 hours.

18.08.2021

From 28 April 2021; terraces outside can be opened from 12:00 to 18:00 under certain conditions. The maximum number of guests on a terrace is 50. There are fixed seats and self-service is not allowed. A maximum of 2 people are seated 1.5 meters away at a table. Unless it concerns people from the same household and children up to the age of 12; more people are allowed at a table; within 1.5 meters. Visitors can pay indoors; go to the toilet or use the cloakroom. A face mask is required inside. ; 19/05/2021; the terraces may be open from 6 a.m. to 8 pm. ; 05/06/2021; food and beverage outlets are allowed to open again between 06:00 and 22:00. A fixed seat at a table is mandatory; sitting at the bar is not allowed. A maximum of 4 people can sit at a table. They keep 1;5 meters away. This does not apply to children up to the age of 12 or people from the same household. There may be a maximum of 50 people per room; excluding staff. This also applies to terraces. In restaurants and eateries; a maximum of 2 shifts per evening per table applies for dinner. Self-service is not allowed. Entertainment such as live performances or video screens for sports matches is also not allowed. A reservation; health check and fixed seat are required. No alcoholic beverages may be sold between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. From 26 June 2021; the ban on selling alcohol after 10:00 pm will expire and events that take place in regular public places such as the catering industry are allowed if a 1.5 meter distance is kept.

18.07.2021

Parties small and manageable and everyone keeps distance a meter and a half away from each other.

24.06.2021

From 5 June 2021; entertainment venues were allowed to open again and organise some events like theater performances under conditions. From 26 June 2021; all events that take place in regular public places as well as amateur competitions with public are allowed (if 1 1/2 meter distance). From June 30; 2021; other events with a permit requirement are allowed under certain conditions. Where the Corona certificates apply; the 1 1/2 meter rule does not need to be observed. From 23 June; in addition to testing for access; a vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate can also be used as a corona admission ticket.

24.06.2021

From 15 December 2020; there will be a lockdown again and all publicly accessible locations are closed. Such as museums; theatres; sex clubs; casinos; cinemas; amusement parks; animal parks; swimming pools and libraries. From 19 May 2021; outdoor recreation can re-open. This includes attractions; nature and animal parks; as well as open-air theatres; open-air cinemas and open-air museums. In addition; locations for art and culture; such as music schools; may also be open. Reservations are mandatory and only possible for maximum groups of 2 people/1 household. From 5 June 2021; museums and monuments can open again inside. Cinemas; art houses; pop venues and theatres can also open again under conditions such as reservation; a health check; and fixed seats. The interior spaces of amusement; nature and animal parks are also allowed to open; such as reptile enclosures or indoor attractions. Casinos and gaming locations; saunas and wellness centres are also allowed to open. A reservation is for a maximum of 4 people; with the exception of children up to and including 12 years old and persons of the same household. There is a maximum of 50 visitors at a distance of 1.5 meters per room or or a maximum of 50 people per space at a distance of 1.5 meters. For museums; 1 visitor per 10 m2 may be present. An exception to this are the large halls with a capacity of 1000 permanent seats or more. Here; a maximum of 250 people are allowed to sit at 1.5 meters; excluding staff. Visitors wear a mask inside. From 26 June 2021; everything will be open with regular opening hours. However; a number of conditions still apply for both indoor and outdoor spaces. In areas where people have a fixed seat; people must be placed with a distance of one and a half meters from each other. Registration and a check conversation remain mandatory. In areas where people do not have a permanent place; such as in a shop or museum; a maximum capacity of 1 visitor per 5m 2 applies. If the corona green certificate ticket is used; the obligation of one and a half meters will lapse and the regular capacity will apply. From June 30; 2021; other events with a permit requirement are allowed under certain conditions .

24.06.2021

From 1 December 2020; the temporary law measures COVID-19 takes effect. Then; a masking obligation will apply in all public indoor spaces such as shops; museums; restaurants and theatres. The mask obligation will also continue for public transport and the urgent advice for use in schools. From 26 June 2021; the mandatory mask obligation largely expires; except in situations where 1 1/2 meter distance cannot be maintained. This is the case in passenger transport; in public transport and at designated places around public transport; such as stations. This also counts for airports and in airplanes; as well as in secondary education. The mask obligation also expires in contact professions. There is; however; a check conversation that must take place.

24.06.2021

From 5 June 2021; measures will be released further; including that for home visits. The new advice is: receive a maximum of 4 people per day at your home. The maximum group size outside goes to 4 people. This means that someone can be outside with 3 others. Or do an activity with 3 others. For both rules; children up to the age of 12 are not included. From 26 June 2021; there will be no more restrictions on the number of visitors that people can receive at home. The restriction on group formation will also be abolished. It is important to keep a distance of one and a half meters from visitors at home and from others outside the home.

14.06.2021

From 23 January 2021; receive a maximum of one person aged 13 or older per day and visit somewhere no more than once a day. Also; a curfew is in place between 21:00-4:30. From 28 April 2021; the new advice is maximum of 2 people per day and maximum once a day. Also limite the number of different contacts in a week; wash your hands upon entering and keep 1.5 meters distance. Previously: From 19 November 2020; the number of visitors at home or in the garden goes back to 3 visitors per day. You should only receive a maximum of 1 group of people per day. People may be outdoors in groups of maximum 4 people or 1 household. In indoor spaces where people are seated a maximum of 30 people applies. There is now a maximum of 100 people for funerals. From 15 December 2020; there is a full lockdown in place with only 2 people being allowed outside together or all people who belong to 1 household. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. At home only 2 visitors are allowed. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. On 24; 25 and 26 December you can receive a maximum of 3 people at home. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. From 5 June 2021; measures will be released further to 4 people per day.

14.06.2021

The second step of the opening plan will be taken on 19 May 2021 and indoor sports locations will open. In addition; adults from the age of 27 are allowed to exercise outside in groups at a distance of 1.5 meters. Younger groups were already allowed to do this. From 5 June 2021; adults are now just like children allowed to exercise again in groups of up to 50 people without keeping 1.5 meters away if necessary for sports. Youth competitions in competition for persons up to and including 17 years old are allowed again. Still without spectators. Persons from the age of 18 are not allowed to play a competition yet; but mutual matches between athletes of the same club are allowed. Audience at amateur competitions is not yet allowed. Changing rooms; showers and saunas will also open. And the sports canteens are also allowed to open. Reservations and a health check remain mandatory. Inside someone has to wear a mouth cap; but it is allowed to take it off while exercising.

14.06.2021

From 3 March 2021; shops may receive customers by appointment. A maximum of 2 customers may be in the store at the same time per floor. From 16 March 2021; it is 2 customers per floor or 1 customer per 25 square meter with a maximum of 50 per shop. Customers must register 4 hours in advance. A visit takes at least 10 minutes. This is to prevent contacts between customers who quickly alternate. Of course; the basic rules continue to apply; such as the wearing of a face mask; a distance of 1.5 meters; hygiene measures and staying at home in case of complaints. From 28 April 2021; All shops are allowed to receive customers again without a shop appointment . Conditions do apply; such as a maximum number of visitors in a store. It's still important to avoid crowds. Therefore; go to a store at a quiet time; such as early in the morning. And go alone as much as possible. Non-essential stores; such as clothing stores; are open from 6am to 8pm. Essential stores; such as supermarkets; are allowed to reopen at their usual times. Wearing a face mask in shops remains mandatory. Products other than food may also be sold on commodity markets. Such as clothing and cosmetics. From 5 June 2021; all shops will reopen according to their regular opening hours. This means that late night shopping is also allowed again. More people are also allowed in a store: 1 per 10 square meters.

14.06.2021

From 4 November the only exceptions are demonstrations; gatherings and meetings as referred to in the Public Events Act. From 19 November; there are also exceptions for: Commodities markets (the regular weekly markets); Trade fairs and conferences; Cinemas; theatres; concert halls and museums etc; Matches of athletes in top sport institutions. From 15 December 2020; there is a lockdown with all non-essential public spaces closed and people not allowed to gather outside with more than 2 people (children under 12 years excluded) or 1 household.

31.05.2021

From 15 December 2020; there will be a lockdown again and all publicly accessible locations are closed. Such as museums; theatres; sex clubs; casinos; cinemas; amusement parks; animal parks; swimming pools and libraries. From 19 May 2021; open-air theaters; open-air cinemas and open-air museums; among other things; may open. In addition; locations for art and culture; such as music schools; may also be open.

31.05.2021

During the lockdown from 15 December 2020 till 2 March 2021 for adults sports are only allowed outside and alone or with 1 other person. All indoor sports locations such as gyms; swimming pools; saunas; wellness; etc will be closed. From 3 March; people up to the age of 26 can exercise together outside with more than two people at sports facilities. Not in a competition context; but with your own team within your own club. Previously this was only possible for young people up to and including 17 years old. For all others this is still not allowed. From 16 March 2021; this is extended to adults above 26 years old with a maximum of 4 people. From 3 March; people up to the age of 26 can exercise together outside with more than two people at sports facilities. Not in a competition context; but with your own team within your own club. Previously this was only possible for young people up to and including 17 years old. Rules for sports: For everyone from 18 years and older: Sports are allowed alone or together with 1 other person; Sports are only allowed outside; All gyms are closed; Competitions are prohibited. Children up to and including 17 years old are allowed to play outside in larger teams. Or play outside matches with teams from their own club. General: Sports canteens are closed; Changing rooms and showers are closed; No audience is allowed to come and watch. Top athletes in top competitions are allowed to train and play matches.

31.05.2021

From 19 May; the urgent advice to use public transport only for essential journeys will expire. The new advice for all modes of transport is to travel at quiet times as much as possible. Avoid crowds en route and at stations. Since 1 June 2020; it is compulsory for travellers in the tram; (water) bus; metro and train; aged 13 years and older to wear a non-medical mask. This does not apply to stations; stops and platforms. Everyone here keeps 1.5 meters away from others. Travelers who do not wear a face mask after 1 June can be fined € 95.

03.05.2021

From 14 October 22:00; all food and beverage outlets are closed except for take-outs; hotels; funeral homes and in airports past the security check. Locations with a combined function close the part with a catering function. From 19 November 2020; exceptions are also included for company canteens; food and beverage outlets in health care facilities or organized daytime activities for vulnerable groups. From 28 April 2021; terraces outside can be opened from 12:00 to 18:00 under certain conditions.

20.04.2021

On March 2021; the weather was so nice people the parks were full of people so different cities decided to close some parks to avoid overcrowding. This included parks in Maastricht; Tilburg; Breda; Utrecht and Amsterdam. In Maastricht; the city park had to be completely evacuated by the police. Boas and police officers present in Tilburg also issued fines for gathering. It is so busy that the Spoorpark remains closed for the rest of the day. The municipality of Breda reports that there is a lot of activity in the Valkenberg. 'Do not enter the park'; it sounds on Twitter. Also in Utrecht it is too busy in many parks. For that reason; the police are calling on people to stop coming. These include the Wilhelminapark and the Griftpark. District police officers of the Utrecht-Oost police make a request to the public via Instagram to refuse a visit. For the time being; however; there is no large-scale intervention; and the municipality has not yet announced an eviction. Access to the Vondelpark in Amsterdam was temporarily closed earlier on the afternoon because it is too busy there.

16.03.2021

Due to the lockdown from 15 December 2020; there is a general visitor ban for 2 people per day. This also counts for individuals from nursing homes receiving visitors. Additionally; depending on the situation; specific nursing homes can have additional restrictions. From 23 January 2021; people receive a maximum of 1 person aged 13 or older per day and visit. Also; a curfew is in place between 21:00-4:30. As of 8 March 2021; a maximum of 2 different people per resident may visit per day. This applies from the moment that all residents have been vaccinated twice. If this is not the case; then the 1 visitor rule remains. Other visitor conditions are: Everyone keeps a distance of 1.5 meters from each other. Everyone washes their hands regularly. Is there an increased number of infections in the region of the nursing home you are visiting? Then the advice is that you wear a surgical mouth and nose mask when in contact with residents within 1.5 meters. Always stay at home if you have complaints that are consistent with the corona virus and get tested .

16.03.2021

Ban on non-essential visits to nursing homes and small-scale elderly houses. Partial: On 11 May 2020; 26 nursing homes in the country have been allowed to have 1 stable visitor per nursing home inhabitant. From 1 June 2020; in one location per GGD region; visits to nursing homes are allowed under limited and strict conditions. This will be extended to more locations from 25 May. Since 24 June 2020 - the end of the national visit ban - nursing homes have to offer opportunities for visitors again. Nursing homes offer tailor-made solutions to enable visits to residents by family; acquaintances and carers. They always seek a balance between the safety of the group - the prevention of corona infections - and the quality of life of individual residents.

16.03.2021

There are restrictions for visitors to disabled care homes and those with mentally disabled conditions. Since 24 June 2020 - the end of the national visit ban - nursing homes have to offer opportunities for visitors again. Nursing homes offer tailor-made solutions to enable visits to residents by family; acquaintances and carers. They always seek a balance between the safety of the group - the prevention of corona infections - and the quality of life of individual residents.

16.03.2021

Visitors not allowed in prisons exept for those necessary for judicial continuation; like lawyers. Visitors to youth were still allowed up to 1 April. From 2 June 2020; partial release of measures.

16.03.2021

Visitors not allowed in prisons exept for those necessary for judicial continuation; like lawyers. Visitors to youth were still allowed up to 1 April. From 2 June 2020; a trial will start in 3 prisons (PI Alphen aan den Rijn; PI Veenhuizen and PI Arnhem) where prisoners may receive one visitor for one hour per week behind plexiglass. Leave for prisoners is allowed from 2 June 2020 in exceptional cases such as funerals. TBS subjects and younsters may receive one visitor for one hour per week behind plexiglass in all locations. For young people; this is a maximum of two parents / legal representatives at the same time; one hour per week. Start-up leave for TBS-convicterd persons and young people within the framework of their treatment is allowed again for a maximum of 2 hours per week under supervision. As of 16 June new relaxation: one visitor is allowed for one hour per week and they are allowed to bring one child aged up to and including 4 years old if the child stays on visitors lap. Occasional leave to prisoners; for example for study can be granted again. Visits to TBS clinics have been extented from 1 hour to 2 hours per week. Supervised leave is gradually extended in TBS clinics and youth institutions. Wherever possible; unaccompanied leave for work and school is allowed.

26.02.2021

From 15 December 2020 till at least 9 February all non-essential shops should be closed. From 10 February 2021; it is possible to collect an order from retail shops. From 3 March 2021; shops may receive customers by appointment. A maximum of 2 customers may be in the store at the same time per floor. Customers must register 4 hours in advance. A visit takes at least 10 minutes. This is to prevent contacts between customers who quickly alternate. Of course; the basic rules continue to apply; such as the duty to mask the mouth; a distance of 1.5 meters; hygiene measures and staying at home in case of complaints.

11.02.2021

From 4 November 2020; a group in a public space (indoor/outdoor) consists of a maximum of 2 people from different households. At home you can receive a maximum of 2 visitors per day. From 19 Nov 2020; private gatherings go back to 3 visitors per day at home and 30 people in public indoor spaces consisting of groups of 4 or 1 household. A maximum of 20 people applies for weddings from 4 till 18 November. For funerals; a maximum of 30 people applies from 9 November till 18 November.

01.02.2021

Cancellation of all events >100 people; including museums; concerts; theaters and sport games. Partial release cultural institutions from 1 June 2020 12:00; Film; theater and concert halls may open under conditions: a maximum of 100 people from 1 July 2020.

01.02.2021

Cancellation of all events >100 people; including musea; concerts; theaters and sportgames. Partial release cultural institutions from 1 June 2020 12:00; Film; theater and concert halls may open under conditions: a maximum of 30 people in the audience; with maximum of 100 people from 1 July 2020. Visitors must book in advance; a preliminary interview to determine whether a visit poses risks; everyone keeps 1.5 meters apart. Museums and monuments are allowed to open if visitors buy tickets in advance and have a check-up conversation. The maximum number of visitors is dependent on the building. 1.5 meters must be kept away. Music schools and centers for the arts are open. There is a maximum number of 30 people per building; who must keep 1.5 meters away. From 1 July 2020; Cinemas; restaurants; cafes; theatres and concert halls may open to unlimited number as long as there are set seats; reservations and health checks as well as the 1;5 meter rule. Also Casino’s; Gyms & Sauna’s as well as cafeterias at sport or associations will be allowed to open. From 1 July 2020; Sexworkers can work again and coffeeshops re-open. No date has been set yet for nightclubs/disco's. Nightclubs and disco's are the only entertainment venues still closed from 1 July 2020. In other similar entertainment venues dancing is not allowed and people need to stay in assigned seats. On 10 August; two clubs in Groningen were shut down.

01.02.2021

On 24 March 2020; money was made available for encouraging digital care. As of 3 July 2020; The Ministry of Health; Welfare and Sport makes an additional 77 million available for support and remote care via digital applications. This concerns an additional amount intended for care for frail elderly people living at home and people with a chronic illness or disability. Due to the large number of requests from the previous temporary emergency regulation SET COVID-19; part of the Incentive Regulation E-health Home (SET); there is now the SET COVID-19 2.0.

29.01.2021

In the tram; (water) bus; metro and train; it is compulsory for travellers aged 13 years and older to wear a non-medical mask. This does not apply to stations; stops and platforms; there a mask is not mandatory. Everyone here keeps 1.5 meters away from others. Travelers who do not wear a face mask after 1 June can be fined € 95. Urgent advice to wear (non-medical) mouth masks applies to all people from 13 years of age in publicly accessible indoor areas. From 1 December 2020; the temporary law measures COVID-19 takes effect. Then; a masking obligation will apply in public indoor spaces such as shops; museums; restaurants and theatres. From 1 December 2020; a masking obligation will apply in all public indoor spaces.

29.01.2021

In secondary (HAVO & VWO) education it is an urgent advice to wear masks outside of class; starting 5 October 2020. From 14 October; higher education has been added to this list. This applies in all situations where the 1.5 meters between student and teacher cannot be guaranteed; such as in hallways and in auditoriums. In classroom situations where students sit; the mouth mask can be removed. The urgent advice also applies to vocational subjects in pre-vocational secondary education and practical subjects in practical education where no 1.5 meters distance can be kept; as long as this does not endanger the safety of the lessons (for example during welding). For students with a disability and/or need for care; who are strongly dependent on proximity and / or facial expressions; wearing a mouth and nose mask is not realistic. It is up to the school management to determine for which students wearing a mouth-nose mask is realistic.Masks still required on public transports. From 1 December 2020; a masking obligation will apply in all public indoor spaces.

29.01.2021

From 5 August; non-medical facemasks are mandatory in crowded locations in Rotterdam. This currently means: in the shopping areas in the centre; on all big markets and in the two indoor shopping centra Zuidplein and Alexandrium. This measure is implemented daily from 6:00-22:00; and in markets only on market days. At the end of August it was decided not to continue this trial measure.

29.01.2021

From 5 August 2020; non-medical facemasks need to be worn by everyone from 13 years or older in 5 safety regions of Amsterdam; including de Wallen and the Kalverstraat. It was decided not to extend this trial period and thus from 1 September it is not mandatory anymore.

29.01.2021

Visitors to disabled care homes; metally disabled care homes; and youth help institutes are limited. If essential only 1 visitor per day for 1 hour. Care home restrictions. From 25 May 2020; visits to nursing homes are limited and allowed under strict conditions. This will be extended to more locations from 25 May. The perspective is that from 15 June the visiting arrangement will be adjusted nationally.

29.01.2021

Guidelines and provisions for homeless population; including provision of shelter where 1.5 meter social distancing rules cannot be followed. Night and Day shelter for homeless should continue to be provided by government if staff can be safe.

29.01.2021

Guidelines and provisions for homeless population; including provision of shelter where 15 meter social distancing rules should be followed. Night and Day shelter for homeless should continue to be provided by government if staff can be safe.

29.01.2021

Ban on non-essential visits to nursing homes and small-scall elderly houses. ; On 11 May 2020; 26 nursing homes in the country have been allowed to have 1 stable visitor per nursing home inhabitant. ; From 1 June 2020; in one location per GGD region; visits to nursing homes are allowed under limited and strict conditions. This will be extended to more locations from 25 May. The perspective is that from 15 June the visiting arrangement will be adjusted nationally.

29.01.2021

(Health) care personnel in crucial functions: only stay home if symptomatic with fever. From 1 June 2020; HCW should stay home even if light symptoms.

29.01.2021

Ban on non-essential visits to nursing homes and small-scall elderly houses in Brabant.

29.01.2021

Guidelines for possible assistance in the homecare/daycare of vulnerable people and their caretakers.

28.01.2021

From 1 June 2020; in all publicly accessible buildings; a maximum of 30 people may gather; excluding personnel. We also use the 1.5 meter distance here. At home; it remains urgent to keep visitors 1.5 meters away; both indoors and in the garden and on the balcony.

28.01.2021

Nightclubs and disco's are the only entertainment venues still closed from 1 July 2020. In other similar entertainment venues dancing is not allowed and people need to stay in assigned seats. On 10 August; two clubs in Groningen were shut down.

28.01.2021

Cancellation of all events >100 people; including musea; concerts; theaters and sport games. Partial release cultural institutions from 1 June 2020 12:00; Film; theater and concert halls may open under conditions: a maximum of 30 people in the audience; with maximum of 100 people from 1 July 2020. Visitors must book in advance; a preliminary interview to determine whether a visit poses risks; everyone keeps 1.5 meters apart. Museums and monuments are allowed to open if visitors buy tickets in advance and have a check-up conversation. The maximum number of visitors is dependent on the building. 1.5 meters must be kept away. Music schools and centers for the arts are open. There is a maximum number of 30 people per building; who must keep 1.5 meters away. From 1 July 2020; Cinemas; restaurants; cafes; theatres and concert halls may open to unlimited number as long as there are set seats; reservations and health checks as well as the 1;5 meter rule. Also Casino’s; Gyms & Sauna’s as well as cafeterias at sport or associations will be allowed to open. From 1 July 2020; Sexworkers can work again and coffeeshops re-open. No date has been set yet for nightclubs/disco's.

28.01.2021

From 19 November; Museums; theaters; swimming pools and amusement parks can open again after a closure of 2 weeks. At zoo's; museums; libraries and other transfer locations; visits must take place on the basis of a reservation per period. This does not apply to retail trade and commodity markets (the ordinary weekly markets). From 15 December 2020; there is a lockdown again and places have to close again.

26.01.2021

Gatherings of more than 3 people (unless they are family living together) are forbidden; including household visits. They government calls it an 'intelligent lockdown'. The rule of three people and 1.5 meters distance can be enforced by law in public areas (shut down of public spaces or fines up to 400 euros). From 1 June; it is allowed to gather in public spaces with up to 30 people if they stay 1.5 meters from each other. The distance is still enforceable by law. From 1 June 2020; people are not enforced to stay home unless needed; but they are still asked to avoid crowds. People are allowed to do more things from 1 June 2020 and also with other people while maintaining the distance of 1.5 meters (this is still enforceable by law) if from different households. People will be allowed to gather in groups of up to 30 in public buildings like meetings; but they still need to keep 1.5 meter distance or the law enforcers can take action. Three people.

22.01.2021

As of 6 June 2020; disinfectants for professional use are now also available for those certain workplaces outside the healthcare system.

22.01.2021

DMS provides government with 130.000 litre of disinfection to be used by health care workers.

22.01.2021

(Health) care personnel in crucial functions: From 1 June 2020; HCW should stay home even if only light symptoms.

22.01.2021

Introduction activities for students are prohibited. An educational institution; student sports association or study association can be granted an exemption under certain conditions. Student societies are not allowed to organize physical gatherings for the recruitment and introduction of students.

22.01.2021

Advice regarding cleaning; desinfection and sterilisation in public health care.

22.01.2021

Plan for the organization of safe and responsible events was presented to the government. A 'Fieldlab Events' has been set up to test four types of events as a basis for practical tests; which would be submitted to the RIVM for testing. The test events will depend on infection rates.

18.12.2020

From 14 October 2020; for everyone over 18; sports are only allowed at a distance of 1.5 meters and only individually or in a team with no more than 4 people. Competitions are not allowed. From 4 November 2020; the teams cannot consist of more than 2 people. The exceptions are: Top athletes with status in designated locations (such as Papendal); Football players (including other personnel in “bubble”) of the Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie. From 19 November 2020; the measures goes back to those from 14 October (sports allowed at 1.5 meter distance and with no more than 4 people in a team). For children up to the age of 18 team sports and mutual competitions with teams of their own club allowed. In addition to the sports canteens; showers and changing rooms are also closed. Group lessons are prohibited and no audiences are allowed for sports. During the lockdown from 15 December till 19 January for adults sports are only allowed outside and alone or with 1 other person. All indoor sports locations such as gyms; swimming pools; saunas; wellness; etc will be closed.

04.12.2020

From 14 October 22:00; retail stores close by 20:00 at the latest. Shopping evenings will be abolished. Food shops may remain open later. No more alcohol is allowed to be sold or delivered between 20:00 - 7:00. In the retail trade; agreements are made about strict compliance with the protocols. If it gets too busy; or if the ground rules are not followed; (part of) a location can be closed. Enforcement is being tightened up. On 27-29 November 2020 (Black Friday weekend) several cities (Rotterdam; Eindhoven; Dordrecht) closed their shopping centres early due to crowding. In other cities such as Apeldoorn; Den Haag; Leiden and Amsterdam people were requested to go home and avoid the shopping centre.

04.12.2020

From 4 November 22:00; all publicly accessible locations are closed. Such as museums; theatres; sex clubs; casinos; cinemas; amusement parks; animal parks; swimming pools and libraries. From 19 November; Museums; theaters; swimming pools and amusement parks can open again after a closure of 2 weeks. At zoo's; museums; libraries and other transfer locations; visits must take place on the basis of a reservation per period. This does not apply to retail trade and commodity markets (the ordinary weekly markets).

18.11.2020

Events are prohibited; with the exception of: food markets; trade fairs and conferences; cinemas and theatres; matches; protests; gatherings and meetings as referred to in the Public Events Act. From 4 November the only exceptions are demonstrations; gatherings and meetings as referred to in the Public Events Act.

18.11.2020

All events with need for license/notification to government will be banned till 1 September 2020; also for small events. Exceptions for funerals & church weddings. This ban includes festivals; 4-day hike; official soccer games.

04.11.2020

From 29 September; the number of visitors at home or in the garden has been further restricted to only 3 guests (children up to 13 years old not included). Previously visitors at home or in the garden were limited to 6 people (children up to 13 years old not included). This is implemented because at the moment most infections are linked to: family gatherings; birthday parties; neighbourhood drinks and gatherings of groups of friends. Preferably go to a catering room for larger gatherings so people can keep distance and have assigned seats.

04.11.2020

From 14 October 2020; a group in a public space (indoor/outdoor) consists of a maximum of 4 people from different households. This includes children up to and including 12 years old but excludes staff. If there is a continuous flow of people outside; such as in animal parks or markets; then there is a standard for the number of visitors per square meter. In a wider indoor space more people can be in one space; but the groups within should still be limited to 4 people (also see measures for public gatherings). From 4 November 2020; groups can only consist of 2 people (of different households).

04.11.2020

From 18 August 2020; you receive a maximum of 6 people in your house or garden. You still keep 1.5 meters away. Children up to the age of 13 do not count. People who live in your house don't count either. Ask your visit if they don't have a fever or a cold. From 29 September there is a further restriction to 3 visitors.

04.11.2020

From 29 September; in buildings other than private home; a group may be formed of a maximum of 4 people. Children up to and including 12 are not included. This means that a reservation at a cinema or restaurant can be made for 1 household or a maximum of 4 people; excluding children. The number of people per room is limited to 30. This includes children up to and including 12 years old and excluding staff. From 14 October 2020; at so-called transfer locations (for example monuments; libraries and museums); visits must take place on the basis of a reservation per period; with the exception of retail trade and food markets. From 4 November 2020; all publicly accessible locations are closed and people are only allowed to gathering in groups of two people from different households.

22.10.2020

From 29 September; for activities outside; where there is no continuous flow of people; a maximum of 40 people applies. This includes children up to and including 12 years old and excluding staff. If there is a continuous flow of people outside; such as in animal parks or markets; then there is a standard for the number of visitors per square meter. Sports competitions; both amateur and professional; take place without an audience. The advice is to limit the number of travel movements as much as possible.

19.10.2020

Partial from 29 April: Children under 12 years old allowed to play sports outside again (also in contact sports). No official games allowed; only between the team itself. Children between 12 and 18 can play sports outside if 1.5 meter distance is possible. Also non-members should be given opportunity. Have to shower at home. Professional topsporters can resume trainings at designated locatiosn if they keep 1.5 meters distance. From 1 June 2020 (organized and supervised by sports associations or professionals); young people aged 13 to 18 years old can exercise outside without 1.5 meters away. This relaxation already applied to children up to and including the age of 12. Sports competitions remain prohibited. Gyms and fitness clubs; as well as sport and club canteens; saunas; wellness centers; casinos and arcades remain closed and indoor sports are not allowed. No matches are played and no spectators are allowed. From 1 July 2020; all indoor and outdoor sports are possible again. Where possible everyone keeps 1.5 meters away but if that is impossible for a normal course of play; the 1.5 meters may be temporarily released during exercise. A health check takes place. Matches with spectators are allowed again from 1 July. The same rules apply here as for other activities 'inside' or 'outside'. Chants or singing and shouting at competitions is not allowed.

19.10.2020

From 29 September; food and beverage outlets are only allowed to let people enter until 21:00; the location needs to be closed at 22:00. Also reservations; a health check and set seating are always required. Take away locations can stay open till 2:00; but they cannot serve alcohol after 22:00. From 14 October 22:00; all food and beverage outlets are closed except for take-outs; hotels; funeral homes and in airports past the security check.

15.10.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 October 2020

All cafes and restaurants are closed. Takeaways may open. The rules do not apply to cafes and restaurants at: hotels (for hotel guests); funeral homes; airports past the security check. Cafés and restaurants in other buildings must be closed. For example in museums. Shops close at 8 p.m. at the latest. There are no shopping evenings. Only supermarkets are allowed to open longer. The sale of alcohol is prohibited between 8 PM and 7 AM. You are therefore not allowed to have alcohol with you on the street. You are also not allowed to use alcohol in public places. For example on the street. Alcohol should also not be home delivery. Coffee shops must close at 8 p.m. Coffee shops are only open for takeout.

Events stop: Banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 October 2020

Receive a maximum of 3 guests per day at home. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. A maximum of 30 people may be together in an indoor space. Children count. You may meet with a group of maximum 4 people. Or with all the people who belong to your household. For example in a cinema. Children up to and including 12 years are not included. A maximum of 4 people may be together outside. Or all people who belong to 1 household. All events are prohibited. The following events may take place: Food markets Trade fairs and conferences Cinemas and theaters Matches Demonstrations

07.10.2020

From 27 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for outdoor gatherings above 40 people.

07.10.2020

From 27 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theatre practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for indoor gatherings above 30 people.

07.10.2020

From 27 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theatre practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for outdoor gatherings above 40 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. Increased supervision/enforcement of parks where the risk of illegal parties or gatherings is high as well as the rapid closure of locations in case of a cluster linked to it. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for outdoor gatherings above 40 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. Increased supervision/enforcement of parks where there is a high risk of illegal parties and gatherings as well as the rapid closure of locations in case of a cluster linked to it. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for indoor gatherings above 30 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. Temporarily area's with a high risk of illegal parties or gatherings might be closed (at night). From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for outdoor gatherings above 40 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. Temporarily area's with a high risk of illegal parties or gatherings might be closed (at night). From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for indoor gatherings above 30 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for outdoor gatherings above 40 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for indoor gatherings above 30 people.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; there is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to parties; drinks and outings for groups of this size. This applies both indoors and outdoors. There are a number of exceptions to this rule; such as demonstrations; religious gatherings; funerals; and dance and theater practices. There is a duty to report for meetings with more than 50 people. This applies; for example; to publicly accessible concerts in a park. An exception to this duty to report applies for; for example; occasions with a catering permit; religious gatherings; (supermarkets) markets; shops; libraries; cultural institutions and comparable locations where there is a flow of visitors. From 29 September 2020 at 18:00; national measures have been implemented for gatherings above 30 people.

07.10.2020

As long as there is a flow of people; set seats; reservations and health checks there is no limitation on number of people. However; if no set seats; reservations; or health checks are done then there is a maximum of 250 people allowed. In the horeca set seats are always mandatory.

07.10.2020

From 27 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight and the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). From 29 September 2020; there are national measures.

07.10.2020

From 27 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight and the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). From 29 September; there are national measures.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight. At 24:00 the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). From 29 September 2020; there are national measures. Increased supervision/enforcement and rapid closure of locations in case of a cluster linked to it.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight. Then the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). Area's with high risk of illegal parties or gatherings will be temporarily closed off (at night). From 29 September 2020; there are national measures.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight. Then the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). From 29 September 2020; there are national measures.

07.10.2020

From 20 September 18:00; at occasions/locations with a catering permit; the entrance of guests stops at midnight. Then the music also turns off. These establishments close at 01:00 (1 a.m). From 29 September 2020; there are national measures

21.09.2020

There is a duty to report parties for more than 100 people from 25 August 2020. Furthermore; student associations may qualify for an exemption from the prohibition of physical gatherings.

10.08.2020

From 15 March 2020; restaurants and cafées need to close. On 16 March 2020; an exceptions was made for take-away. From 1 June 2020; partial lifting.

10.08.2020

From 15 March 2020; restaurants and cafées need to close. On 16 March 2020; an exceptions was made for take-away. From 1 June 2020; partial lifting: restaurants and cafes may open; under conditions: a maximum of 30 guests (so excluding staff); visitors must make reservations; everyone keeps 1.5 meters away (except people from the same household); in a pre-check between entrepreneur and customer it is estimated whether a visit poses risks. There is no maximum number of people on terraces if chouch screens are used. Everyone should be seated at set table and kept 1.5 meters apart (except people from the same household) and reservations need to be made. As of 1 July; set seatingplaces in the horeca are always mandatory. Furthermore; in indoor public places the rule is that if no reservation or health check; then a maximum of 100 people is allowed; while outdoors the maximum would be 250 people. From 10 August 2020; measures in the catering industry will be stricter again: reservation is mandatory (both indoor & outdoor); health check questions at arrival; fixed seats; request for registioation details.

14.07.2020

In order to limit the travel movements of a sylumseekers; all in and outgoing Dublin transfers have been temporarily stopped. (the transfer of asylum seekers to the European country that is responsible for examining their application).

14.07.2020

Religious communities had reduced the meetings to “as small as necessary” as much as possible. From 1 June 2020; in the changing social context; cautious observance of faith is the new starting point. Meetings of a religious or philosophical nature will be possible again on 1 June; subject to conditions. From 1 June 2020; religious organizations can shape their constitutionally guaranteed freedoms to profess their beliefs in their own way and to give substance to this through religious meetings and other (religious) activities. In doing so; they take full responsibility to take measures necessary to prevent or limit new large-scale corona outbreaks.

30.06.2020

Measures for high-risk population groups. Avoid: contact with symptomatic people; groups of people; out-of-house activities in enclosed spaces; public transport; groceries if possible; educational facilities; and kids. At the beginning of the corona outbreak; people from risk groups were advised to stay at home as much as possible and not to receive visitors. Now that the virus is better under control; that is no longer necessary. However; people from risk groups are advised to be extra careful and to follow the measures carefully. It is also important for visitors of people who belong to a risk group to follow the basic rules carefully. Additional advice: It is important for people from risk groups to avoid 'uncontrollable' situations. These are situations where it is not possible to keep a distance of 1.5 meters and where it is not checked whether people have complaints. You can avoid uncontrollable situations and limit the risk of contamination in these ways: only allow visitors without symptoms; observe 1.5 meters distance & hygiene measures; and receive visitors outside if possible. Avoid grocery locations where difficult to keep 1.5 meters distance; or if otherwise choose a quiet time. For vulnerable elderly it is better to let someone else do the shopping or have home delivery. Avoid large gatherings and avaoid public transport.

30.06.2020

Religious communities had reduced the meetings to “as small as necessary” as much as possible. From 1 June 2020; in the changing social context; cautious observance of faith is the new starting point. Meetings of a religious or philosophical nature will be possible again on 1 June; subject to conditions.

30.06.2020

Do not visit elderly (>70y) unless necessary. From 29 April 2020; 1 or 2 designated individuals can visit occasionally.

30.06.2020

Partial from 29 April 2020: Children under 12 years old allowed to play sports outside again (also in contact sports). No official games allowed; only between the team itself. Children between 12 and 18 can play sports outside if 1.5 meter distance is possible. Also non-members should be given opportunity. Have to shower at home. Professional topsporters can resume trainings at designated locatiosn if they keep 1.5 meters distance. From 1 June 2020 (organized and supervised by sports associations or professionals); young people aged 13 to 18 years old can exercise outside without 1.5 meters away. This measure already applied to children up to and including the age of 12. Sports competitions remain prohibited. Gyms and fitness clubs; as well as sport and club canteens; saunas; wellness centers; casinos and arcades remain closed and indoor sports are not allowed. No matches are played and no spectators are allowed. From 1 July 2020; all indoor and outdoor sports are possible again. Where possible everyone keeps 1.5 meters away but if that is impossible for a normal course of play; the 1.5 meters may be temporarily released during exercise. A health check takes place. Matches with spectators are allowed again from 1 July. The same rules apply here as for other activities 'inside' or 'outside'. Chants or singing and shouting at competitions is not allowed.

16.06.2020

From 12 March 2020; there is a partial restriction and reduced public transport. People are only allowed to enter from back entrances and keep 1.5 m distance (this distance can me enforced by law through fines). Additionally; staff should stay home if symptomatic. From 11 May 2020 when schools partially re-open; parents are asked to take their children to school or childcare on foot or by bike wherever possible. This will prevent public transport becoming crowded. From 1 June 2020; public transportation will resume the normal timetables; but the available space will be reduced to 40% of normal capacity to enable people to keep distance. Public transport is only intended for necessary trips. In the tram; (water) bus; metro and train; it is compulsory for travelers aged 13 years and older to wear a non-medical mask. This does not apply to stations; stops and platforms; there a mask is not mandatory. Everyone here keeps 1.5 meters away from others. Travelers who do not wear a face mask after 1 June can be fined € 95.

16.06.2020

Gatherings of more than 3 people (unless they are family living together) are forbidden; including household visits. This can from now on be enforced in public areas (fine up to 400 euros). From 1 June; it is allowed up to 30 people if people stay 1.5 meter from each other.

30.04.2020

A list of major events in Brabant have been cancelled.

21.03.2020

Cancellation of all events with > 100 people.