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The Netherlands Just Dropped Pre-arrival Testing — What to Know If You’re Going

The Netherlands Just Dropped Pre-arrival Testing — What to Know If You’re Going

The Netherlands became the latest European country to drop pre-arrival testing for international visitors on Wednesday, joining other nations in easing pandemic-related measures.

The country eliminated the pre-arrival test for qualified travelers entering the Netherlands from outside the EU/Schengen area, according to the government. However, the Netherlands still requires travelers from most countries, including the United States, to be either vaccinated or have contracted COVID-19 and recovered within the past six months in order to come.

The Netherlands requires vaccinated travelers to have a booster shot if it has been more than 270 days (about 9 months) after the final dose of their initial vaccination series.

The simpler entry requirements come on the same day as the Netherlands has dropped other coronavirus-related safety measures, including the requirement to wear face masks on public transportation. However, masks must still be worn on airplanes and in airports.ADVERTISING

The country has also eliminated pre-admission testing for large nightclubs and large events.

“In recent weeks, coronavirus infection rates have once again increased. However, the current variant is making people less ill and the number of people being admitted to intensive care is limited,” the government wrote in its guidance. “So the government has decided to further ease the current measures.”

The Netherlands became the latest European country to drop pre-arrival testing for international visitors on Wednesday, joining other nations in easing pandemic-related measures.

The country eliminated the pre-arrival test for qualified travelers entering the Netherlands from outside the EU/Schengen area, according to the government. However, the Netherlands still requires travelers from most countries, including the United States, to be either vaccinated or have contracted COVID-19 and recovered within the past six months in order to come.

The Netherlands requires vaccinated travelers to have a booster shot if it has been more than 270 days (about 9 months) after the final dose of their initial vaccination series.

The simpler entry requirements come on the same day as the Netherlands has dropped other coronavirus-related safety measures, including the requirement to wear face masks on public transportation. However, masks must still be worn on airplanes and in airports.ADVERTISING

The Netherlands Just Dropped Pre-arrival Testing — What to Know If You’re Going

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