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Covid 19 Test is not needed
Quarantine at home
Mask is required

International Restrictions



*Travel from the EU: Entry Restrictions: Travellers arriving in the Netherlands from certain countries and regions in the EU+ should self-quarantine for 10 days, even if they do not have any symptoms or if they have tested negative for COVID-19. Once in the Netherlands, you can self-quarantine at home or in temporary or holiday accommodation. The government provides a list of countries concerned. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino. For some areas of the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom certain restrictions apply, please see here (in Dutch). Everyone must follow the Dutch advice and rules to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. *Travelling from the Netherlands or returning to the Netherlands: The Netherlands divides areas and countries, depending on their epidemiological situation, in different categories. The Dutch official travel advice provides an indication of the security situation in a country in relation to the coronavirus pandemic. Countries are classified as: - Green: no special security risks; - Yellow: these countries have taken measures that have a limited impact on daily life; - Orange: daily life is seriously disrupted in these countries. There may also be an entry ban for travellers from the Netherlands. Non-essential travel is advised against; - Red: Due to very serious safety risks all types of travel is strongly advised against. There is no prospect of entry and exit. Travelling to countries or zones with an 'orange' or 'red' travel advisory is strongly discouraged. If this code is issued based on increased spread of COVID-19 in that particular territory, you are strongly advised to self-quarantine at home for 10 days immediately after returning to the Netherlands. This rule applies also if the travel advisory changes to 'orange' after arrival to the Netherlands. As an exception, no quarantine is required when returning from countries that have been set 'orange' only to flag the enforcement of restrictive measures for Dutch travellers in those countries. Travel advice for individual countries (in Dutch). For some areas of the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom certain restrictions apply, please see here (only in Dutch). *Mandatory Travel Documentation: All passengers aged 13 and above travelling to and from Dutch airports must fill in a Health Screening Form before starting their flight. Travellers reporting COVID-like symptoms will not be allowed to board the aircraft. Your Health Screening Form may be checked at the entrance of the airport and in the airport building itself, during check-in and boarding. At the destination airport, passengers will be randomly selected and asked to show their form. You will also need a completed Health Screening Form for the return journey. You are advised to take a blank form with you in case you are unable to download and print a form at your holiday address. Find out more: Dutch government on COVID-19, FAQs about Tourism and Netherlandsworldwide.nl .


*Transit: Travellers from EU and Schengen countries can transit in the Netherlands. Permanent (long-term) residents of the following countries are also allowed to transit the Netherlands: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China* (*The condition of reciprocity explicitly applies to China: the EU will only open to China when China opens to EU citizens). If you transfer from a third country via Schiphol - Amsterdam airport to an onward non-Schengen destination, you have to stay in the non-Schengen transit zone and leave within 48 hours to a non-Schengen destination, being able to show proof of onward travel with a valid flight ticket and travel documents. If you transfer via Schiphol - Amsterdam airport in order to travel onward to another Schengen country, the Dutch entry conditions apply.


*Third Countries: Permanent (long-term) residents of the following countries are allowed to enter the Netherlands: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China* (*The condition of reciprocity explicitly applies to China: the EU will only open to China when China opens to EU citizens.) Entry explicitly concerns residents of countries, not nationals. E.g. an American resident in Australia is allowed to travel to Schengen. For more information, and a list of exceptional categories, please see Netherlands and you and Government of the Netherlands.

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242,217

Deaths

6,828

Recovered

5,294

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Confirmed

242,217

Deaths

6,828

Recovered

5,294

Covid 19 Test is not needed
Quarantine at home
Mask is required

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