Last updated February 2022
GREAT NEWS FOR INTERCLEAN EXHIBITORS AND VISITORS!
The Dutch government announced on Tuesday 15 February that it will drop virtually all remaining coronavirus restrictions as per 25 February. The following relaxations come into effect:
- Normal pre-pandemic opening hours will apply to all public venues such as restaurants, cinemas, and a digital corona certificate (DCC) will no longer be necessary to get access to venues.
- Exhibitions can be staged to their full capacity and entrance does no longer require the presentation of a covid health certificate.
- For exhibitions (so called “continuous flow” events) it is not necessary to provide a negative test result. Testing remains necessary for “non-continuous flow” indoor activities with more than 500 guests, which is not applicable to exhibitions.
- Social distancing and face mask wearing will no longer be obligatory but recommended, with the exception of mandatory mask wearing on public transport and at airports.
- As per the 25th of February travel restrictions for non-EU residents pertaining to quarantine requirements will also be eased further. In this context, for example, the obligation for travellers who have not been fully vaccinated to go into quarantine upon arrival in the Netherlands will no longer apply. For the latest update on travelling to the Netherlands we kindly refer you to: https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/en