The Netherlands will drop the rules of COVID-19 entry into the country and internally for all passengers, from March 23
The Dutch government has announced that the country will no longer apply COVID-19 restrictions to incoming passengers. In a formal statement, the Dutch government revealed that from 23 March, travelers from the European Union / Schengen area will no longer be required to present one of the certificates that are part of the Digital COVID Pass - a vaccination, recovery or certificate. Testing. Moreover, he mentioned that the entry rules will be waived for non-EU travelers.
"For people traveling to the Netherlands from the EU / Schengen, the obligation to have a test, recovery or vaccination certificate will expire on March 23. There are also no entry measures for EU citizens traveling to the Netherlands from non-EU countries. / Schengen ”, it is shown in the statement of the Dutch government.
This means that everyone will soon be able to enter the Netherlands without having to comply with COVID-19 entry rules. However, the authorities are due to provide additional information by the beginning of next week.
In addition to removing the entry rules, Dutch Health Minister Ernst Kuipers has announced that the Netherlands will also drop internal restrictions on COVID-19 on March 23.
"From Wednesday, March 23, 2022, the public can also enter restaurants, theaters, cinemas and many other public places without testing for access." , authorities said.
The government explained that the decision to eliminate the remaining measures related to COVID-19 was taken after assessing the current situation and concluded that the virus no longer has serious health implications.