The Dutch Ministry of Health recently announced that it would no longer require fully vaccinated travelers from high-risk areas to self-quarantine upon arrival in the coming week.

Key Points:

  • Beginning Sept. 22, fully vaccinated travelers from the U.K., the U.S. and other high-risk areas no longer have to self-quarantine when entering the Netherlands.
  • Individuals planning travel to the Netherlands should use this website to know what the requirements are for traveling to the country.
  • A full list of very high-risk, high-risk and safe countries can be found here.

Additional Information: All travelers over the age of 12 who arrive by air must complete and carry a health declaration form before arrival.

BAL Analysis: The Dutch government is easing travel restrictions and health protocols as the virus situation improves in the country. The response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, and BAL will provide additional updates as information becomes available.

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