Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.
There are currently no countries or areas listed as high-risk or virus variant.
*Travellers arriving in Germany following a stay in a designated area of high-risk are required to home quarantine for 10 days. They can produce a negative PCR test (carried out no more than 72 hours before entry) or an antigen test (carried out no more than 48 hours before entry).
*Travellers approved for entry after a stay in an area of variant concern are required to home quarantine for 14 days. If using a carrrier for entry, they can produce a PCR test...
In order to be exempted from measures; a person has to be either vaccinated; recovered or tested. Vaccination proof: A person needs to be vaccinated with one of the EMA authorised vaccines and is exempted from NPIs from day 22 after receiving the vaccine.; 01/07/2021 The rule applies in the following areas: gastronomy; hotel and lodging; leisure facilities ( e.g. dance schools; zoos); cultural establishments (with the exception of museums; libraries; libraries and archives); non-public sports facilities; meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people); trade and consumer fairs; congresses and excursion boats.; 12/02/2022: The 2G rule does no longer...
Persons with confirmed covid-19 must stay at home for 14 days minimum if fever-free for at least 2 days.; 14/01/2022 Both vaccinated and unvaccinated if they have confirmed with covid-19; should stay at home for at least seven days.; 20/01/2022 Isolation time shortened to 5 days for covid cases.;
01/10/2020 People who live with someone who has been found to be infected with covid-19 should be considered as possible cases of illness; and are covered by rules of conduct. generally apply for seven days from the date of sampling for the infected person in the household. If no symptoms have developed; it is recommended that the household contact be tested after five days. 14/01/2022 If a person has confirmed with covid-19; those living in the same household must stay at home for seven days from the day the sick person tested.; 20/01/2022 Covid-19 contacts and household contacts are exempt...
05/03/2022 There is still a recommendation to wear an FFP2 respirators in closed rooms. Masks are only compulsory in essential shops (supermarket; post office; banks; pharmacies; etc.) and public transport.; 24/03/2022 There is a general mask requirement in all closed public spaces; 16/04/2022 The FFP2 mask requirement only applies in closed rooms of hospitals; retirement and nursing homes and comparable settings; public transport and its stops as well as taxis; customer areas of vital trade; administrative authorities for traffic and places of worship; unless entered for the purpose of a religious gathering e.g. a mass.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
Please note that, the rules for nationals of EU countries travelling to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU and the Schengen area have been lifted.
Travellers entering the Netherlands are not subject to further testing/quarantine if they provide one of the following documents:
1. Proof of full vaccination;
2. Proof of recovery from COVID-19. Validity: 180 days;
Note: proof of recovery is only accepted as an ‘ EU Digital COVID Certificate’ (EUDCC), issued an EU country or in one of the countries that are part of the EUDCC system. The test result must be in...
In order to be able to attend social life; people have to be either vaccinated; recovered or tested. For people who had Covid-19: Until 6 months after they had COVID-19 they do not need to have PCR or antigen-tests. For proof; they have to show their quarantine document or their positive PCR result when tested positive. ; 01/07/2021 The rule applies in the following areas: gastronomy; hotel and lodging; leisure facilities ( e.g. dance schools; zoos); cultural establishments (with the exception of museums; libraries; libraries and archives); non-public sports facilities; meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people); trade and...
02/02/2022 Teleworking (minimum 3 days) is no longer mandatory but remains recommended.; 14/03/2022 At work the corporate health protocol will cease to apply from Monday March 14; 2022. There is the end of the wearing of the mandatory mask and social distancing.;
indoor sports establishments (gymnasiums; indoor swimming pools) can accommodate athletes/facility users (except for contact sports) and spectators ( 65% of the capacity; up to 5000 people seated; health pas for more than 1000 people) outdoor sports activities are possible with a limit of 25 people; including contact sports; outdoor sports competitions for amateur practitioners can be held within the limit of 500 participants; outdoor sports establishments (stadiums) can accommodate all athletes (including for contact sports) and spectators ( 65% of the workforce; up to 5;000 seated people; health pass for more than 1;000 people).; 14/03/2022: no more restrictions incl. need...
09/07/2021 Cafes and restaurants open up to 50% capacity and with maximum 6 people per table; 09/08/2021: the health pass becomes compulsory in cafes and restaurants. A face mask is not compulsory for people with the health pass.; 03/01/2022 In cafes and bars; drinking while standing is prohibited.; 14/03/2022 From March 14; 2022; the presentation of the vaccination pass is no longer required to access places open to the public for people aged 16 and over.;
Adaptation of measures in nursing homes and other residential social service centers: workers and visitors; both vaccinated and unvaccinated; should maintain hygiene and prevention measures; such as the use of a mask; hand hygiene and safety distance; as well as the appropriate cleaning/disinfection of the centers and adequate ventilation. Unvaccinated workers should carry out daily temperature control and PDIA (diagnostic test) on a regular basis (at least twice a week). For residents who have been vaccinated; or who have had the disease in the last 6 months; in situations of high community transmission; the Autonomous Community will assess performing PDIA...
01/08/2020: PCR test must be conducted within 3 days before arrival from non-EU countries; and a justification for travel must be provided; 21/01/2021: travellers from outside EU will need to isolate for 7 days once they arrive in France and take a second test at the end of this period; 23/01/2021: A PCR test will be mandatory for all European travellers arriving in France (except by land transport); 09/06/2021: the French borders are reopened according to the classification of countries (Green; Orange; Red). For vaccinated passengers coming from a Green country; no PCR/antigen test is needed. For passengers from an...
General restrictions apply for all visitors. Exceptions include visitors of children and patients in palliative care (1 visitor/patient/day); birth partners and patients requiring special assistance.; 05/03/2022 Visitors must provide proof of a low epidemiological risk. There is also an FFP2 mask requirement.