February 3, 2023


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Travel: Beginning this Sunday, Belgians will be required to provide a Govt certificate to enter the Netherlands.

According to the latest official figures, the Netherlands added 2,836 new corona virus infections and 92 new hospitalizations this Thursday.

Faced with this important epidemic situation, the Dutch authorities have decided to strengthen their border controls, our colleagues from the Head Lotte News report.

From June 24, Belgians were able to travel freely in the Netherlands. But from this Sunday, August 8, travelers from EU countries will be required to provide a health certificate upon arrival on Dutch soil, even if it is considered “safe”. This certificate can take the form of a complete vaccination certificate of more than 15 days, a recent recovery certificate from Covit-19, or a negative test form. According to the tests, this could be a PCR test less than 48 hours before arrival in the Netherlands or an antigen test within 24 hours of arrival on Dutch soil. However, the Belgians did not need isolation.

Fine 95 fine for non-compliance with the rules

A police spokesman said several road checks would be carried out on the Dutch border from this Sunday. Uncertified passengers will be fined 95 euros.

If you are traveling by air, you must complete a health notice Here.

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