- Everyone aged 13 and over will need to show a coronavirus entry pass at hospitality venues as a hotel, restaurant, etc. Everyone aged 14 and over will also have to show their ID along with their coronavirus entry pass.
- You can get a coronavirus entry pass if you are fully vaccinated, have valid proof of recovery or a negative result from a coronavirus test taken less than 24 hours before entry. For people without proof of vaccination or recovery, getting tested will remain free of charge in The Netherlands.
- The government lifted the 1.5 metre rule across the rest of society.
- Prepare your stay in the Netherlands well. Before you leave, check the travel advice on this website.
- Face masks are still mandatory in airports (in any case the airside area and any other locations designated by airport management, such as arrival and departure halls), on aircraft, trains, buses, trams and metros, in taxis and on other commercial passenger transport. Face masks no longer need to be worn in train stations and at bus, tram and metro stops.
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