The Dutch government has announced that it will update its COVID-19 entry requirements on February, 25, 2022. The main changes are related to self-quarantine and proof of vaccination.
From 25 February 2022, individuals who are travelling from very high-risk areas are no longer required by law to self-quarantine on arrival. Very high-risk areas include Australia, the UK and the U.S.
Individuals who are traveling from the EU or Schengen area who do not have proof that they are fully vaccinated will now be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test to enter the country. Aside from a negative test result, proof of recovery from COVID 19 or a Digital COVID Certificate based on proof of vaccination will still be allowed.
The advice to travelers remains to prepare well before travelling. We advise to check COVID-19 entry requirements for their departure country on this website. More information regarding the Netherlands entry requirements can be found here.
For more information, please contact Thomas van Houwelingen.