En De
Total doses
given
33.3M
People fully
vaccinated
12M
% Fully
vaccinated
69.76%
Masks
Mask is required in airports
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): PCR / LFT
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): No Entry
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): No Entry

Vaccination:

20.05.2022

If residents of nursing homes are vaccinated; there is room for two visitors per day. This can also be different visitors during the week. This adjustment takes effect immediately. ; 4/06/2021: it has been decided that also for those who had COVID-19 more than six months ago; one vaccine dose is enough (few exceptions). It is important to register this appropriate when getting your first vaccine dose; so that the EU digital COVID certificate for vaccination is adjusted accordingly.

31.03.2022

25/09/2021 Everyone aged 13 and over must show a coronavirus entry pass at certain locations; for example; to go to a bar or restaurant; an event; the cinema or theatre; or attend a professional sports match as a spectator.; 06/11/2021 The corona admission ticket is mandatory in sports from 6 November when practicing sports at indoor sports locations from the age of 18; such as: gyms; gyms and swimming pools. This applies to lessons; training; recreational sports and competitions. The corona ticket is also mandatory from 6 November for: Catering; both indoors and on outdoor terraces (food and beverage outlets); except for takeout. Casinos; cultural venues; museums and monuments; fairs and certain sporting events; festivals; parties and performances; trade fairs and conferences; audience at sports competitions (youth up to the age of 18 is excluded from the audience of amateur competitions); gym; group lessons; football; swimming; music lessons and painting lessons; rehearsals for singing; dancing and drama.; 13/11/2021 In the catering industry; a corona ticket and a permanent seat are required.; 18/02/2022 The corona ticket (3G) will remain in effect until February 25 at all locations where it must already be shown. Such as in the catering industry; in cinemas; museums and theaters and at professional sports competitions.; 25/02/2022 The corona admission ticket (3G) does not apply at locations where fewer than 500 people are inside.; 23/03/2022 For people traveling to the Netherlands from within the EU/Schengen ; the obligation to have a test; recovery or vaccination certificate will expire from 23 March. There are also no entry measures for EU citizens who travel to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU/Schengen.

31.03.2022

25/09/2021 Everyone aged 13 and over must show a coronavirus entry pass at certain locations; for example; to go to a bar or restaurant; an event; the cinema or theatre; or attend a professional sports match as a spectator.; 06/11/2021 The corona ticket is mandatory from 6 November for: Catering; both indoors and on outdoor terraces (food and beverage outlets); except for takeout. Casinos; cultural venues; museums and monuments; fairs and certain sporting events; festivals; parties and performances; trade fairs and conferences; audience at sports competitions (youth up to the age of 18 is excluded from the audience of amateur competitions); gym; group lessons; football; swimming; music lessons and painting lessons; rehearsals for singing; dancing and drama.; 13/11/2021 In the catering industry; a corona ticket and a permanent seat are required.? 15/01/2022 Students at MBO institutions; colleges and universities can receive physical education again and must take self-tests preventively. Pupils in primary school; pupils in secondary (special) education and all teaching staff must also take a self-test twice a week.; 18/02/2022 The corona ticket (3G) will remain in effect until February 25 at all locations where it must already be shown. Such as in the catering industry; in cinemas; museums and theaters and at professional sports competitions.; 25/02/2022 The corona admission ticket (3G) does not apply at locations where fewer than 500 people are inside.; 23/03/2022 People can enter larger nightclubs and large unplaced events (more than 500 visitors) without Testing for Access. For people traveling to the Netherlands from within the EU/Schengen ; the obligation to have a test; recovery or vaccination certificate will expire from 23 March. There are also no entry measures for EU citizens who travel to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU/Schengen.

11.02.2022

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:

Proof of full vaccination, valid 14 days after receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine or 28 days after receiving the Janssen vaccine. Accepted vaccines: BioNTech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).

11.11.2021

From 5 June 2021; the use of corona admission tickets will be implemented based on negative tests. This makes it possible for more people to visit a theatre; sports match or event earlier. To arrange this; the cabinet has made an amendment to the Public Health Act: the Temporary Act on corona admission tickets. The law states in which cases a corona ticket is mandatory. It is up to entrepreneurs and organizations themselves whether they want to use tests for access. The corona admission ticket belongs to the person who has been tested. The organizer of the activity checks this. The corona admission ticket is valid until 40 hours after the time of taking the test. Prior to the act; there will be pilots in the culture; sports and recreation sector from April 2021 to 8 June 2021. From 25 September 2021; a wider use of the corona certificate will be implemented.

11.11.2021

From 5 June 2021; the use of corona admission tickets will be implemented based on recovery certificates. This makes it possible for more people to visit a theatre; sports match or event earlier. To arrange this; the cabinet has made an amendment to the Public Health Act: the Temporary Act on corona admission tickets. The law states in which cases a corona ticket is mandatory. It is up to entrepreneurs and organizations themselves whether they want to use tests for access. The organizer of the activity checks the certificates. From 25 September 2021; wider us of the corona certificate will be implemented. 25/09/2021 Everyone aged 13 and over must show a coronavirus entry pass at certain locations; for example; to go to a bar or restaurant; an event; the cinema or theatre; or attend a professional sports match as a spectator.; 06/11/2021 The corona admission ticket is mandatory in sports from 6 November when practicing sports at indoor sports locations from the age of 18; such as: gyms; gyms and swimming pools. This applies to lessons; training; recreational sports and competitions. The corona ticket is also mandatory from 6 November for: Catering; both indoors and on outdoor terraces (food and beverage outlets); except for takeout. Casinos; cultural venues; museums and monuments; fairs and certain sporting events; festivals; parties and performances; trade fairs and conferences; audience at sports competitions (youth up to the age of 18 is excluded from the audience of amateur competitions); gym; group lessons; football; swimming; music lessons and painting lessons; rehearsals for singing; dancing and drama.

11.11.2021

From 5 June 2021; the use of corona admission tickets will be implemented based on proof of vaccination. This makes it possible for more people to visit a theatre; sports match or event earlier. To arrange this; the cabinet has made an amendment to the Public Health Act: the Temporary Act on corona admission tickets. The law states in which cases a corona ticket is mandatory. It is up to entrepreneurs and organizations themselves whether they want to use certificates for access. The corona admission ticket belongs to the person who has been tested. The organizer of the activity checks this. From 25 September 2021; wider use of the corona ticket will be implemented.

20.04.2021

The government is starting pilots to try out how access tests work in practice . The aim of the tests is to see how the use of test certificates can contribute to the earlier and wider opening of sectors. These are pilots in zoos; museums and sports; among other things. The pilots will start in April and will take place across the Netherlands.

30.03.2021

The cabinet has started a consultation to be able to use test certificates on a large scale in the reopening of society.