Het nieuwe werken tijdens de Tweede Coronagolf: hoe blijf je er gezond bij?

‘Werk thuis, tenzij het niet anders kan’. Werk thuis, tenzij het niet anders kan. Dat is nodig om de verspreiding van het coronavirus te voorkomen. Thuiswerken vraagt aanpassingsvermogen en aandacht voor lichamelijke en mentale gezondheid. Met jouw leidinggevende heb je afspraken gemaakt over wat je moet doen als je hulp nodig hebt wanneer je voor een bedrijf thuis werkt (bijvoorbeeld als je thuis letsel oploopt of ziek wordt). Gebruik de navolgende checklist om jouw thuiswerkplek te controleren.


§1 Kun je thuis in rust werken en weet je wat je moet doen als je hulp nodig hebt?

Aanwezigheid van huisgenoten, het niet hebben van een aparte werkkamer, of andere omstandigheden die geluid met zich meebrengen of waardoor je wordt afgeleid kunnen je psychosociale arbeidsbelasting verhogen.

JA / NEEN

  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt, is er sprake van een ongewenste situatie. Hierin is thuiswerken dan NIET verantwoord. Er dienen in overleg met jouw leidinggevende dusdanige maatregelen te worden getroffen waardoor de vraag daarna met JA kan worden beantwoord.
  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt en er GEEN maatregelen mogelijk zijn om de ongewenste situatie op te heffen, dan is thuiswerken NIET verantwoord.

§2 Heb je voldoende ruimte in je woning om een bureautafel en – stoel op een ergonomisch verantwoorde manier op te kunnen stellen?

De bureautafel moet dwars op het raam staan om een gunstige hoek voor de lichtinval te krijgen. U moet voldoende ruimte hebben om de bureaustoel met de juiste instellingen te kunnen gebruiken en de bureautafel te kunnen bereiken en verlaten. Er moet voldoende algemene
verlichting en verlichting van de beeldschermwerkplek zijn.

JA / NEEN

  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt, is er sprake van een ongewenste situatie. Hierin is thuiswerken dan NIET verantwoord. Er dienen in overleg met jouw leidinggevende dusdanige maatregelen te worden getroffen waardoor de vraag daarna met JA kan worden beantwoord.
  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt en er GEEN maatregelen mogelijk zijn om de ongewenste situatie op te heffen, dan is thuiswerken NIET verantwoord.

§3 Heb je de beschikking over een bureautafel die een ergonomisch verantwoorde zit- en werkhouding mogelijk maakt en waaraan je met de door het bedrijf verstrekte laptop, muis laptopsteun en toetsenbord kunt werken?

Je bent geïnstrueerd over hoe je de beeldschermwerkplek moet instellen en je bent op de hoogte van de mogelijkheid om een beeldschermbril aan te schaffen. De hoogte van het werkblad moet op een voor jou goede werkhoogte zijn (link naar persoonlijk instellingsadvies). Het blad moet voldoende breed en diep zijn, minimaal 120 cm x 80 cm. We bevelen bij werken met laptop of flat-screenmonitor een afmeting van 160 cm x 80 cm aan. Het werkblad is bij voorkeur in hoogte verstelbaar. Het beeldscherm staat in het midden van het bureau zodat je recht achter het scherm kunt zitten. De bovenkant van het scherm staat niet hoger dan ooghoogte. Een te hoge bureautafel is te gebruiken met een grotere stoelhoogte in combinatie met een voetenbankje. Aan een te lage bureautafel kan niet op een ergonomisch verantwoorde wijze worden gewerkt?

JA / NEEN

  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt, is er sprake van een ongewenste situatie. Hierin is thuiswerken dan NIET verantwoord. Er dienen in overleg met jouw leidinggevende dusdanige maatregelen te worden getroffen waardoor de vraag daarna met JA kan worden beantwoord.
  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt en er GEEN maatregelen mogelijk zijn om de ongewenste situatie op te heffen, dan is thuiswerken NIET verantwoord.

§4 Heb je de beschikking over een bureaustoel die een ergonomisch verantwoorde zit- en werkhouding mogelijk maakt?

De hoogte en zitdiepte van de zitting, de rugleuning, lende – en armsteunen moeten instelbaar zijn en bouwjouw lichaamsverhoudingen passen (link naar persoonlijk instellingsadvies).

JA / NEEN

  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt, is er sprake van een ongewenste situatie. Hierin is thuiswerken dan NIET verantwoord. Er dienen in overleg met jouw leidinggevende dusdanige maatregelen te worden getroffen waardoor de vraag daarna met JA kan worden beantwoord.
  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt en er GEEN maatregelen mogelijk zijn om de ongewenste situatie op te heffen, dan is thuiswerken NIET verantwoord.

§5 Heb je de mogelijkheid om de lichtinval te regelen?

De lichtinval dient met raambekleding (bijvoorbeeld lamellen of zonwering) regelbaar te zijn om reflectie van licht op het beeldscherm te kunnen voorkomen.

JA / NEEN

  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt, is er sprake van een ongewenste situatie. Hierin is thuiswerken dan NIET verantwoord. Er dienen in overleg met jouw leidinggevende dusdanige maatregelen te worden getroffen waardoor de vraag daarna met JA kan worden beantwoord.
  • Als jij deze vraag met NEEN beantwoordt en er GEEN maatregelen mogelijk zijn om de ongewenste situatie op te heffen, dan is thuiswerken NIET verantwoord.


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Microcredit

If you are a starting or existing business owner in the Netherlands and need credit, you may be eligible for a microcredit. Microcredit is a business loan up to €50,000. You can also apply for a SME loan (MKB-krediet), which is a €50,000 to €250,000 business loan.

Please note: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, entrepreneurs who have a loan from microcredit provider Qredits do not have to repay their loan for a period of 6 months. During this period, the interest will be reduced to 2%. You can ask Qredits for an extension (in Dutch).

When do you qualify?

  • You are a starting or existing business owner or you take over a business.
  • Your current requirement for credit does not exceed €50,000.
  • You have a solid (business) plan.
  • You conduct your business activities in the Netherland

How to apply?

If you do not yet have a business plan, Qredits can assist you with coaching and various business tools. If you already have a business plan, you can submit your application for a microcredit (in Dutch) directly to Qredits Microfinanciering Nederland

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Financial support for self-employed professionals (Bbz)

There is an extra, temporary Bbz benefit to support self-employed professionals who have gotten into financial difficulties due to the corona crisis. This measure is called the Temporary bridging measure for self-employed professionals (Tozo) Read more about the terms and application process for the Tozo.

When are you eligible for Bbz?

Different groups of freelancers/self-employed persons are eligible:

  • those starting a company, who receive: welfare (in Dutch), unemployment benefit or incapacity benefit;
  • established entrepreneurs who are experiencing temporary financial problems;
  • entrepreneurs who are 55 or older with a non-viable company;
  • entrepreneurs who wish to end their company.

Changes in support

The government has made some changes in financial support for self-employed professionals and freelancers:

  • The scheme for over-55-year-olds is to be gradually scaled down from 1 January 2020;
  • If you are a skipper on an inland waters and you need financial support, you will need to apply to the municipality where you live rather than the centralised administrative body of municipalities, which used to be the case;
  • As of 2020, this financial support is no longer awarded retrospectively.

These changes do not affect entrepreneurs who currently use this support scheme.

When do you qualify?

Whether you are eligible for financial support as a freelancer/self-employed professional depends on your situation. As does the type of support you require. There are different requirements for each situation. For instance your personal capital determines whether your company capital is a grant or a loan (which you have to pay interest on). It is important to check which requirements apply to your situation. Your local municipality can help you with this.

How to apply?

Submit your application to your local municipal authority.

Compensation

Under the Tax Plan 2019, freelancers/self-employed professionals who received financial support between 2014 and 2016 are eligible for compensation, because they were required to add the financial support as a grant to their income in their income tax returns. As a result other benefits were withdrawn. You can apply for this compensation until 1 July 2020 with the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (in Dutch).

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Debt restructuring

If you are no longer able to pay your debts and you are a sole trader, partner in a partnership (maatschap or vennootschap) or a freelancer/self-employed professional, then you are personally liable for your business’s debts.

There are two ways to apply for debt restructuring:

  • You can appeal to your municipality for debt restructuring.
  • If this fails you can appeal to court for debt restructuring.

If your inability to pay your debts is temporary, you can apply for suspension of payment.

Voluntary debt restructuring

When you appeal for voluntary debt restructuring, a debt counsellor will help you. Debt counsellors are appointed through your municipality, social services or a specialist company. They help you find a solution for repaying your debts with your creditor or creditors. This is called a voluntary payment arrangement.

Voluntary payment arrangement

When you enter the voluntary payment arrangement, you start by drawing up a plan with your debt counsellor. He or she will calculate how much you can repay per month. After that, the debt counsellor will propose a monthly repayment to your creditor or creditors.

If your creditors agree to a voluntary payment arrangement and you have done your utmost to pay back as much as possible within 36 months, the rest of the debt will be cancelled.

Compulsory settlement

If 1 or more creditors do not agree to a voluntary payment agreement and their refusal to agree is unreasonable, you can request a compulsory settlement.

Statutory debt restructuring

If voluntary debt restructuring fails you can ask the court in your place of residence for a statutory debt restructuring arrangement. This can be done under the Natural Persons Debt Restructuring Act (Wet schuldsanering natuurlijke personen, Wsnp). The Wsnp is a legal debt restructuring arrangement, that makes it possible for you to be debt-free within 36 months. When you appeal to the Wnsp, you will almost certainly have to end your business.

Conditions of the Natural Persons Debt Restructuring Act (Wsnp)
  • You can no longer pay your debts
  • You have a statement from your municipality that voluntary debt restructuring failed
  • You have not made use of Wsnp in the past 10 years
  • You have not run up debts deliberately in the past 5 years, e.g. through fines, fraud or reckless spending
  • None of your debts was incurred through crime
  • You comply with the Wsnp requirements
  • You try to earn as much as possible to repay your creditors
  • Your creditors will have to cooperate with the debt restructuring arrangement. If the court rejects your application, you can appeal to the Court of Appeal. For this you will require a lawyer.
  • If you do not have adequate knowledge of the Dutch language, you must make sure to have help in translating all correspondence
Debt restructuring plan

If the court approves your application for statutory debt restructuring, it will draw up a plan to reschedule your debts. This will set out the repayment amount and the length of time that the process will cover. This is usually 3 to 5 years.

Administrator

The court will appoint an administrator. You must inform the administrator about everything that might be relevant for your situation. Often the adminstrator will sell your company’s assets. The administrator will calculate how much money you will live on. All income that exceeds this sum will go into an estate account. He or she uses this account to repay your creditors, and his or her own fee.

Please note: if the administrator was unable to locate all creditors, any leftover amounts may be stored in the so-called Consignatiekas (consignment office, in Dutch). This deposit with the Ministry of Finance stores leftover (monetary) funds from, among others, bankruptcies and debt restructuring settlements for a period of 20 years. If you have a legitimate claim and have proof of this, you can file your claim through the Ministry of Finance (in Dutch). You can search the Ministry’s database (in Dutch) to find out if there are any funds left after a bankruptcy or debt restructuring settlement of your customer.

Bankruptcy

The administrator will check whether you meet your obligations. If you fail to conform to the Wnsp obligations, the administrator, the bankruptcy judge or the creditor can ask the court to suspend the arrangement. The judge can then pronounce bankruptcy.

Clean slate

If you have met all statutory debt restructuring obligations the judge will grant you a clean slate at the end of the agreed upon period. This means you will not have to repay the remaining debt.

Attachment of earnings order

Does your employee have debts? And is your employee unable to repay those debts? Then the court bailiff can seize part of your employee’s wages. This is called attachment of earnings order.

Cross-border cases in English

If you are involved in a cross-border solvency case, you can turn to the Netherlands Commercial Court. Cases can be heard by the Netherlands Commercial Court, in the following cases, if:

  • the proceedings fall under the jurisdiction of the Amsterdam District Court or Amsterdam Court of Appeal;
  • the parties have expressly agreed in writing that proceedings will be in English before the NCC (the ‘NCC agreement’);
  • the action is a civil or commercial matter within the parties’ autonomy;
  • the matter concerns an international dispute.

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Lockdown in the Netherlands

23 March: lockdown and curfew remain

The lockdown in the Netherlands, including the curfew, has been extended through 20 April 2021. The curfew will be in place from 22:00-04:30h from 1 April onwards. This was announced during the 23 March press conference.

These lockdown measures remain in place:

  • Groups with a maximum of four people aged 27 or over can engage in outdoor sports activities that are organised by a sports organisation.
  • All indoor sport facilities must remain closed.
  • Persons younger than 27 may take part in team sports outdoors. This includes student sports clubs. They may not play competition matches.
  • Secondary schools and vocational education (MBO) can open for at least 1 day a week. Elementary schools and childcare are open.
  • Universities, other vocational education and out-of-school facilities remain closed and must continue to offer online education.
  • Businesses that perform a contact profession, such as hairdressers, beauticians and chiropractors, as well as medical contact profession businesses, such as dentists and physical therapists, are open. Sex workers cannot resume their work.
  • Non-essential stores may offer shopping on appointment and a click & collect service. In shops with a floor space of 50m2, 2 people per timeslot are allowed, with a minimum of 10 minutes in the shop. Larger shops can allow one client per 25m2, with a maximum of 50 people per time slot. Shoppers need to make an appointment 4 hours prior to visiting the shop, and shopkeepers must send them a confirmation that details the time and rules.
  • Essential shops allowed to remain open are: supermarkets, other food stores, opticians, laundromats and dry-cleaners, pharmacies and drugstores, pet stores, petrol stations, food markets, workshops for repair and maintenance of consumer goods and (motor) vehicles, shops for care and welfare aids, outdoor stalls that sell flowers and plants, wholesalers, service points for receiving and sending letters and parcels. Find more information about the rules for shops (in Dutch).
  • Customers who use a shop’s click and collect service must have placed their orders at least 4 hours prior to collecting. They cannot come into the shop, nor may you sell them any other products on the spot. If you also offer repairs or a parcel service, customers may drop off their repair items or parcels at the pick-up time. All safety precautions apply. Read more about rules for shops.
  • Banks, city halls and funeral parlours are open.
  • The maximum number of guests allowed at funerals is 50.
  • Theatres, cinemas and other cultural institutions remain closed.
  • All other public venues, such as saunas, casinos, and zoos remain closed.
  • Libraries may still open for lending and returning books.
  • Community centres may still open to provide services to vulnerable people.
  • Hotels are allowed to stay open, but may not serve food.
  • People are urgently requested to stay at home as much as possible and preferably not to receive visitors. A maximum of one visitor (aged 13 or over) is allowed, both outside and inside. Outdoors: groups of no more than 2 persons from different households.
  • Public transport is for essential travel only. Do not book any foreign travel up until and including 15 May, and do not travel abroad.
  • Air travel from South Africa and all Middle- and South American countries is banned. Travellers from other countries need to be able to show 2 negative Covid-19 test results, as well as observe a 10-day quarantine period.
  • Face masks are compulsory for public indoor spaces.

Read the latest press release on Government.nl to find more details about the 23 March press conference. Or check out the roadmap that details the necessary measures, according to the gravity of the situation.

These are national rules. Be aware that safety regions may impose additional rules. These regional rules are determined by the head of the safety region, and vary according to what is most needed in that area. Find your safety region (in Dutch).

Curfew

A curfew (avondklok‘) is in place in the Netherlands. Until and including 31 March, the curfew times are from 21:00 hours – 04:30 hours. From 1 through 20 April,the hours are 22:00 hours – 04:30 hours. There are some exceptions to the curfew rule: for instance for medical emergencies, work, and walking the dog. In most cases, you need to show a self declaration and an employer’s declaration. For more information, check the article Curfew, employer’s declaration and your company.

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Financial measures

There are several economic support measures in place for businesses affected by the corona crisis. Measures such as NOW, Tozo and TVL will continue to be expanded and amended as seen fit by the government. Businesses and self-employed professionals who have been hit hard by the recent measures will continue to receive support.

  • NOW3: Employers with more than 20% turnover loss can apply for the Temporary Emergency Bridging Measure for Sustained Employment (NOW,Tijdelijke Noodmaatregel Overbrugging voor Werkbehoud) to receive compensation of their employees’ wages from October 2020 – July 2021. NOW1 and NOW2 are now closed. NOW 3 is divided into three periods: NOW 3.1 compensates wages from 1 October 2020 until 1 January 2021. NOW 3.2 runs from 1 January until 1 April, and NOW 3.3 from 1 April until 1 July 2021.
  • Tozo3 and 4: Self-employed professionals can apply for Tozo, the temporary benefit to bridge the loss of income over the months October 2020 – July 2021 in the municipality where they live. Check with your municipality how to apply.
  • TVL: The Reimbursement Fixed Costs Scheme for SMEs and self-employed professionals aims to compensate companies for fixed costs other than wage costs. You can apply for TVL once every 3 months, until 1 July 2021. The TVL subsidy percentage increases with the loss of turnover.
  • Extra TVL support for hospitality businesses: Hospitality businesses that have had to close due to the second corona wave will be able to apply for an extra compensation on top of the TVL in the 4th quarter of 2020 to reimburse the costs of stock and adjustments. The maximum amount is €20,160. This amount comes to an average of €2,500 per entrepreneur. This scheme, the Horeca Stock and Adjustments (HVA), is still being worked out.
  • Extra TVL support for events businesses and their suppliers: Events businesses and their suppliers that applied for TVL during the 3rd quarter of 2020 will receive an extra fee in the 4th quarter of 2020 and 1st quarter of 2021, based on the summer TVL fee. €11 million has been reserved for this. More information follows.
  • Subsidy for cancelled events: From 1 July 2021, events organisers will be able to organise events again. If the event has to be cancelled due to corona restrictions, they can reclaim the costs incurred. See Subsidy scheme for events cancelled due to corona measures.
  • TVL Stock Support Closed Retail (opslag Voorraad Gesloten Detailhandel): retail businesses that have had to close their doors, and that have applied for TVL, will receive a supplement for the stock they have been unable to sell. Read more about this supplement in the TVL article. Check the list of retail SBI codes that qualify.
  • Extra support for the cultural sector: The government allots €454 million to providing extra support for cultural organisations and events.
  • Extra support for zoos: zoos will be able to apply for extra support from 22 February. The Netherlands Enterprise Agency RVO will execute this measure.
  • SET: Caregivers can apply for the special corona-related Incentive scheme eHealth at Home: SET COVID-19 2.0. The available funds are for care providers who invest in a structural setup for digital care. The scheme runs from 27 July – 30 November (unless funds run out sooner).
  • Travel: A credit facility or voucher bank for travel guarantee funds is being set up by ANVR sector organization, the SGR guarantee fund and the government. Through this voucher bank, the travel guarantee funds can obtain an additional loan from the government. The guarantee fund can thus provide temporary credit to a travel organization that have issued vouchers for package tours.
  • TONK: Entrepreneurs faced with financial difficulties as a result of the corona measures. This scheme, the Temporary Support for Necessary Costs (TONK), runs through municipalities and is expected to open on 1 March. Read more about TONK.
  • RBC: To help businesses that suffered damages because of rioting and looting in the first week of the curfew, the government and insurance companies will install a fund, the ‘Regeling bedrijvenschade corona-rellen’ (Arrangement for businesses damaged by curfew riots) to compensate those damages that are not covered by the usual business insurances and that fall under the policy’s deductible excess (eigen risico). Businesses that have not taken out insurance will also be eligible for this compensation. The Netherlands Enterprise Agency will execute the scheme. It will open in mid-February.

The government regularly announces updates and extensions to the existing measures. Read the article News: more corona support measures for entrepreneurs for the latest information.

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Credits and guarantees
  • BMKB-C: From 16 March 2020 to 31 December 2021, the SME credit guarantee (BMKB) scheme is extended to help SMEs that are affected by the coronavirus secure bank guarantees and bridge financing.
  • BL-C: For agricultural entrepreneurs, the equivalent of the BMKB-C is the Credit Guarantee scheme for Agriculture (BL-C).
  • COL: Startups and scale-ups can apply for the ‘Corona-Overbruggingslening‘ (Corona Bridging Loan or COL) via the Techleap.nl website. Regional Development Companies (ROMs) supply the loans, that vary between €50,000 and €2 million.
  • GO: The Business loan guarantee scheme (GO) has been extended until 30 June 2021.
  • Microcredit: Entrepreneurs who have a loan from microcredit provider Qredits do not have to repay their loan for a period of 6 months. During this period, the interest will be reduced to 2%. The government supports Qredits with 6 million euros.
  • Small Credits for Corona Guarantee Scheme (KKC): SMEs with relatively small financial needs may be eligible for a bridging loan of up to €50,000 under the Small Credits for Corona Guarantee Scheme (Klein Krediet Corona garantieregeling or KKC). This credit measure has been extended until 30 June 2021.
  • Tozo3 and 4: Self-employed professionals can apply for Tozo, a loan to bridge the loss of income over the months October 2020 – July 2021 in the municipality where they live. Check with your municipality how to apply.
  • Tozo for entrepreneurs living abroad: If your company is in the Netherlands, but you live abroad (in the EER or Switzerland), you can apply to the municipality of Maastricht for a business loan.
  • Growth Facility Scheme: The intended phasing out of the Growth Facility Scheme has been extended to 1 July 2021.
  • Proof-of-concept funding: Businesses that make use of the Proof-of-concept funding scheme (VFF) or the Innovation credit scheme (IK) can apply for a repayment extension. Also, no interest will be levied on the VFF.
  • Export credit insurance: The government has extended the export credit insurance facility.
  • DTIF: The Dutch Trade and Investment Fund (DTIF) has been extended to include pre-delivery advances.
  • Temporary support for local media: New budget has been allocated for the Temporary Support for Local Media scheme. Applications can now be submitted for the period 15 September – 15 December.

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Expired measures
  • TOGS: The Reimbursement for entrepreneurs in affected sectors scheme (TOGS) expired on 26 June. It is replaced by the TVL scheme.
  • Compensation for turnover loss for horticultural businesses and potato farmers: Horticultural businesses (food and ornamental) and farmers who produce processing potatoes could claim compensation for part of their turnover loss until 18 June.
  • Indirect Emission Costs Subsidy Scheme (ETS): The Indirect Emission Costs Subsidy Scheme (ETS) was made available sooner. It closed 15 April.
  • TOFA: The Temporary Bridging measure for Flex Workers or TOFA compensates flex workers that have been laid off after 1 March due to the corona crisis, and who cannot claim benefits. Application at the UWV closed on 27 July.

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Rules and protocols for businesses

Check the rules for your business sector in these articles. The rules and protocols have been drawn up by the government together with the sector organisations.

It is mandatory to wear non-medical face masks in public indoor spaces for everyone aged 13 or over. The article Face masks and your company explains how this obligation works.

To protect your employees, your clients, and yourself, follow the RIVM advice:

  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Cough and sneeze into the crook of your elbow
  • Use paper tissues
  • Don’t shake hands
  • Keep at least 6 feet distance from each other

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General health measures
  • People must work from home, unless it is vital that you work on site.
  • When indoors in a public place, wear a face mask that covers your nose, mouth and chin.
  • Everyone in the Netherlands who has symptoms of COVID-19 can apply for a test. If you or one of your employees starts having complaints that correspond with the coronavirus symptoms, stay at home and apply for a test. If you test positive, aid the GGD with their contact tracing.
  • There are travel restrictions in place for travel into the Netherlands. Travellers from the UK, South-Africa or any of the South-American countries may not enter the Netherlands. Travellers from other countries can only enter the Netherlands if they can show two negative test results: from a corona test and a ‘rapid test’. After arival in the Netherlands you or your guest must quarantine for ten days, also when the test results were negative. Border workers are mostly exempt. Read the Government.nl article for detailed information.
  • The government urges everyone not to travel outside the Netherlands until (at least) 15 May 2021, unless it is vital for your business.

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