Amsterdam, Netherlands Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Advice
Based on the current assessment of COVID – 19 risks, Netherlands is one of the countries exempted from the FCO advice against all non – essential international travels. This means, travelers and tourists are permitted to enter into the country for exploration and vacations. However, there are domestic coronavirus measures stated by the Netherlands Government for precautions.
- Non – medical face masks must be worn on public transports if you are aged 13 and over. If found not obeying this obligatory regulation, you will be fined €49.
- For every other shared forms of transport, e.g. taxis, passenger vans and coaches, booking should be made in advance and you must wear a non – medical face mask.
- Note that, for all transport (private or public), you must maintain social distance, which is 1.5 meters apart from the next person.
- The airports are only open for passengers and staff, you must not be accompanied into the airport, unless absolute necessity for a traveler with reduced mobility.
- All travelers and passengers at Airports and ferries should note that wearing face masks is mandatory on – board and in the ferry terminals, throughout the Netherlands.
- Follow the advice of the local authorities of the region you’re staying in if you develop symptoms during your stay in the Netherlands.
For more enquiries: Visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/netherlands/coronavirus