Netherlands Lifts Travel Restrictions COVID-19 Travel Restrictions on Arrivals from Other Countries in the The Netherlands is removing its COVID sanctions. Starting on March 23, the Netherlands will no longer impose entrance restrictions on foreigners who wish to visit the country because of the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Passengers from other countries would no longer be required to submit a certificate proving they have completed their immunization process against the virus or have recovered from the illness, according to VisaGuide.World. This decision was verified in a government announcement.
The Netherlands’ authorities have confirmed that the new rules apply to travelers from within and outside the European Union, Schengen Zone, and the Schengen Area.
New regulations have been implemented by the government upon confirmation that the epidemiological condition allows for such a decision to be made.
EU/Schengen travelers will no longer be required to have a test, recovery or immunization certification after March 23. The government of the Netherlands released a statement saying that EU nationals traveling to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU/Schengen are not subject to any entrance restrictions.
It was also emphasized that on March 23, the country’s domestic COVID-19 restrictions would be lifted as well, according to Dutch Health Minister Ernst Kuipers
When emphasising that the 1G rule, which mandates that people take a COVID-19 test before entering public spaces or events and wear a face mask while using public transportation, is also being repealed, the minister claims that Dutch citizens will no longer be forced to do so.
As of March 23, 2022, the public may also enter these locations without having to pass the Accessibility Testing Program. ” The corona admission ticket will no longer be valid, according to the authorities.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has given the Netherlands with a total of 7,214,075 COVID-19 cases and 21,713 deaths since the pandemic began.
More than 442,546 people have tested positive for the virus in the last seven days, while 104 people have died, according to Dutch authorities.
Officials in the Netherlands have maintained rigorous entrance procedures and limitations in order to contain the spread of the Coronavirus and its new strains; nevertheless, Dutch authorities have facilitated many of the restrictions imposed due to the virus, treating it more like an endemic disease.
19 Restrictions on International Travel Beginning March 23