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Total doses
given
36.1M
People fully
vaccinated
12M
% Fully
vaccinated
68.32%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

01.07.2022

Schools closed. 11 May primary schools are allowed to open again with small reduced classes (Pupils will go to school approximately 50% of the time; the other hours will cominue to be done through distance learning. If all goes well on 8 June 2020 the primary schools can open fully with normal classes. Teachers in special risk groups do not have to give classes. Teachers and students with symptoms should stay home. There is an exception for pupils of primary schools for special education who may attend school every day from 11 May 2020.

01.07.2022

Schools closed. 11 May primary schools are allowed to open again with small reduced classes (Pupils will go to school approximately 50% of the time; the other hours will cominue to be done through distance learning). If all goes well on 8 June 2020 the primary schools can open fully with normal classes. Teachers in special risk groups do not have to give classes. Teachers and students with symptoms should stay home. There is an excption for pupils of primary schools for special education - they may attend school every day from 11 May 2020.

01.07.2022

Schools closed. Prepare for 1.5 meter distance schools starting 2 June; this means that not all students can be at school at the same time. Secondary school for special need children will open also on 2 June and should try to keep to 1.5 meter distance but this might not always be possible in this type of environment. High school central graduation exams cancelled for this year (decided 24/03/2020). From July 1; the 1.5 meter distance between students is released. This applies to all students in secondary (special) education; regardless of age. In the new school year; secondary schools can open completely with certain measures in place. Students above 13 years old are strongly advised to wear masks outside the classroom.

01.07.2022

Schools closed. Prepare for 1.5 meter distance in schools starting 2 June (all students can be at school at the same time). Secondary school for special need children will open also on 2 June and should try to keep to 1.5 meter distance but this might not always be possible in this type of environment. High school central graduation exams cancelled for this year (decided 24/03/2020). From July 1; the 1.5 meter distance between students is released. This applies to all students in secondary (special) education; regardless of age. In the new school year; secondary schools can open completely.

01.07.2022

At 11 May; nursery (0-4 years) and childminder care (0-12 years) may open fully and day-cares may open again following the same schedule as primary schools (50%). From 8 June 2020 after school daycare will open fully as normal. Nurseries/Daycare were closed before this; with exceptions for children of personnel in a list of crucial functions.

01.07.2022

From 11 May; nursery (0-4 years) and childminder care (0-12 years) may open fully and day-cares may open again following the same schedule as primary schools (50%). From 8 June till 1 July emergency child care was only available during evenings/nights/weekends for children with parents in care sector. After school daycare; however; will open fully as normal from 8 June 2020.

01.07.2022

From 20 December 2020 to 9 January 2021 primary schools ; special (primary) education and after-school care (BSO) are closed.

01.07.2022

All schools will provide distance learning from 16 December 2020 untill 7 February 2021 in order to limit the number of contacts. They are allowed to make exceptions for students in an examination year; practice-oriented education; for taking exams and exams and for vulnerable children. Childcare is closed. Children of parents with a crucial profession can go to primary education or childcare.

03.03.2022

15/01/2022 Students at MBO institutions; colleges and universities can receive physical education again. A number of conditions apply; such as the use of face masks inside and outside the classrooms or lecture halls and a maximum group size of 75 students. The urgent advice to use self-tests also remains in effect.; 26/01/2022 The maximum group size of 75 people in one room is no longer applicable.; 25/02/2022 The mask obligation will expire on Friday 25 February; also in the school or educational institution. From that moment on; the advice to keep a distance in education will also expire.

31.01.2022

20/12/2021 Schools in secondary (special) education; senior secondary vocational education and universities of applied sciences will be closed from Monday 20 December to 9 January.; 10/01/2022 Online education is provided in secondary vocational education; colleges and universities due to an increase in the number of infections in this age category.

13.01.2022

20/12/2021 Schools in secondary (special) education; senior secondary vocational education and universities of applied sciences will be closed from Monday 20 December to 9 January.

13.01.2022

20/12/2021 Schools in primary education; special (primary) education and after-school care (BSO) will be closed.

21.12.2021

For MBO; HBO and universities no more than 75 people are allowed in 1 room. Staff is excluded. Only during tests and exams are more than 75 people allowed in 1 room.

18.08.2021

From 26 April 2021; the aim is that classes at higher education will start again 1x per week. In the partial reopening of higher education; it must be taken into account that students must be able to keep 1.5 meters apart. Self-tests will become available to all students and staff of higher education institutions at the beginning of May. The vast majority of students and staff will be able to request the self-test via an online national portal.

31.05.2021

From 1 March 2021; secondary schools open again partially; children are allowed to go to secondary school again at least 1 day per week. From 31 May 2021; secondary schools may reopen completely. Pupils do not have to keep their distance from each other.; but should keep their distance from the teaching staff. They can; however; test themselves at home twice a week. From Monday; June 7; all schools must be fully open. Self-tests are expected to become available for education from mid-April The self-tests are primarily used in secondary schools for risk-based testing of pupils and teaching staff; if they have been in the same room as an infected person. From 31 May; there should be enough tests for all schools. If they self-test positive; they are quarantined at home and taken to the GGD testing line. The self-test is also used preventively for educational staff. This also applies to childcare staff; if the childcare is located in the same building as the school. They can perform the test at home twice a week on their own; if they have no complaints. Self-testing is always voluntary.

20.04.2021

Childcare is closed from 16 December 2020 till 8 February 2021. Children of parents with a crucial profession could still go to primary education or childcare. After-school-day-care stays closed after 8 February 2021; but reopens for all children on 19 April 2021.

30.03.2021

From 16 December 2020 till 20 April 2021; all educational institutes should go online again. In MBO; HBO and WO; tests and exams may be taken and practical training is possible. From 3 March 2021; the MBO can partially open again with classes at least 1x per week. From 26 April 2021; the aim is that classes will start again 1x per week using self-tests for all students and teachers.

26.02.2021

All schools will provide distance learning from 16 December 2020 until 28 February 2021; in order to limit the number of contacts. They are allowed to make exceptions for students in an examination year; practice-oriented education; for taking exams and exams and for vulnerable children. After school child care also remains closed. Children of parents with a crucial profession can go to primary education or childcare. From 1 March 2021; secondary schools open again partially; children are allowed to go to secondary school again at least 1 day per week.

11.02.2021

All schools will provide distance learning from 16 December till 8 February in order to limit the number of contacts. They are allowed to make exceptions for students in an examination year; practice-oriented education; for taking exams and exams and for vulnerable children. Childcare is closed. Children of parents with a crucial profession can go to primary education or childcare.

11.02.2021

Institutes of higher education were asked to provide classes online. Partial lifting 15 June 2020: exams; practical classes; and tutoring of vulnerable students will be allowed. After the summer holidays other educational activities may also take place on location. Lessons and lectures are spread over the week and day; so that students can travel to and from the institution. 1.5 meters should be kept between students and between students and teaching staff. On 6 August is was stated that introductions for educational institutions should be online as much as possible & limit physical activities; which should only be done if necessary; in small groups; a curfew of 10 PM; no alcohol consumption is allowed and approval by chairman of the safety region is needed.

11.02.2021

Institutes of higher education were asked to provide classes online. Partial lifting 15 June 2020. From 16 December till 17 January all educational facilities should again go online.

11.02.2021

Childcare is closed from 16 December 2020 till 8 February 2021. Children of parents with a crucial profession could still go to primary education or childcare. After-school-day-care stays closed after 8 February 2021.

01.02.2021

From 8 June till 1 July emergency child care was only available during evenings/nights/weekends for children with parents in care sector. After school daycare; however; will open fully as normal from 8 June 2020.

01.02.2021

At 11 May nursery (0-4 years) and childminder care (0-12 years) may open fully and day-cares may open again following the same schedule as primary schools (50%). From 8 June 2020 after school daycare will open fully as normal. Nurseries/Daycare were closed before this; with exceptions for children of personnel in a list of crucial functions.

22.01.2021

Schools closed. Prepare for 1.5 meter distance in schools starting 2 June (all students can be at school at the same time). Secondary school for special need children will open also on 2 June and should try to keep to 1.5 meter distance but this might not always be possible in this type of environment. High school central graduation exams cancelled for this year (decided 24/03/2020). From July 1; the 1.5 meter distance between students is released. This applies to all students in secondary (special) education; regardless of age. In the new school year; secondary schools can open completely.

22.01.2021

Schools closed. 11 May primary schools are allowed to open again with small reduced classes (Pupils will go to school approximately 50% of the time; the other hours will cominue to be done through distance learning. If all goes well on 8 June 2020 the primary schools can open fully with normal classes. Teachers in special risk groups do not have to give classes. Teachers and students with symptoms should stay home. There is an excption for pupils of primary schools for special education - they may attend school every day from 11 May 2020.

22.01.2021

Schools closed. 11 May primary schools are allowed to open again with small reduced classes (Pupils will go to school approximately 50% of the time; the other hours will cominue to be done through distance learning. If all goes well on 8 June 2020 the primary schools can open fully with normal classes. Teachers in special risk groups do not have to give classes. Teachers and students with symptoms should stay home. There is an exception for pupils of primary schools for special education who may attend school every day from 11 May 2020.

22.01.2021

Schools closed. Prepare for 1.5 meter distance schools starting 2 June; this means that not all students can be at school at the same time. Secondary school for special need children will open also on 2 June and should try to keep to 1.5 meter distance but this might not always be possible in this type of environment. High school central graduation exams cancelled for this year (decided 24/03/2020). From July 1; the 1.5 meter distance between students is released. This applies to all students in secondary (special) education; regardless of age. In the new school year; secondary schools can open completely with certain measures in place. Students above 13 years old are strongly advised to wear masks outside the classroom.

15.10.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 October 2020

Wear a face mask in high school. Wear a face mask in secondary vocational schools. Wear a face mask at colleges and universities. Only remove the mouth mask during class. This applies to everyone from the age of 13.