Below you can find the latest information on corona virus measures in the Netherlands.

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  • You may receive no more than 3 people a day in your home. You may receive no more than one group of people per day.
  • The maximum group size outdoors is 4 people from different households.
  • Group size indoors is limited to 30 people, where people are seated.

Daily life

  • Travel as little as possible.
  • Work from home, unless that is not possible.
  • Everyone aged 13 and over must wear a face mask in indoor public spaces and on public transport.
  • All establishments that serve food and drinks must remain closed. Take-away will still be possible.
  • No alcohol may be sold or delivered between 20.00 and 07.00.

Events are banned, with the exception of:

  • general markets (normal weekly markets)
  • trade fairs and conferences
  • cinema screenings, theatre shows, concerts, museum exhibitions, etc.
  • matches and competitions for elite athletes at training facilities for top-level athletes
  • demonstrations, gatherings and meetings as referred to in the Public Assemblies Act.
  • At zoos, museums, libraries and other locations where there is a constant flow of people, visitors must reserve a time slot. This does not apply to the retail sector and general, weekly markets.


  • Within the Netherlands:
  • As little as possible – If you do go on holiday, stay in or near your holiday accommodation as much as possible.

Travel abroad:

  • Avoid travelling and booking trips abroad until mid-January, unless your journey is essential.
  • Check the latest travel advice on before you go.
  • If you are coming to the Netherlands from a country with an orange travel advisory, self-quarantine for 10 days on arrival.
  • Travel to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom is allowed. But check the latest travel advice before you go.