Holland vacationers watch out: Because the corona situation in Germany is worsening, the Netherlands have announced tougher entry rules.
The Hague – Anyone wishing to go on holiday to the Netherlands in the future will have to prove that they have either been vaccinated, recovered or tested negative. The introduction of the 3G rule for German vacationers is to apply from Monday, September 6, 2021. This was announced by the Foreign Ministry on Friday, September 3rd in The Hague.
|Country in Europe:||Netherlands|
|Population:||17.28 million (2019)|
|Seat of government:||The hague|
|Head of Government:||Prime Minister Mark Rutte|
Children under the age of 12 are excluded from the rule. When entering by plane, holidaymakers will in future have to present a completed health declaration. Italy has also introduced an entry form. In addition, Prime Minister Mario Draghi is planning to introduce compulsory vaccinations.
The Netherlands introduce 3G rule at the German border: there were no restrictions before
So far there have been no restrictions for German vacationers. The Dutch government is reacting to the deteriorating corona situation in Germany by tightening the rules. She also recommended that citizens get tested after arriving from Germany.
The seven-day incidence rose again in Germany on Friday, September 3, 2021 – to 80.2. The day before the value was 76.9 and a week ago it was 70.3. 14,251 new corona infections were reported to the RKI within one day.
Incidence in Netherlands over 100 – tendency falling
Germany, in turn, declared the Netherlands a high incidence area at the end of July. According to the travel and safety instructions of the Federal Foreign Office, this classification has now been lifted. There is a partial travel warning for the overseas parts such as Aruba or Curaçao.
The seven-day incidence in the Netherlands was 107.7 on Friday, but it was last down.
Since Sunday, August 29, 2021, holidaymakers who return to Germany from Spain and are not fully vaccinated no longer have to be in quarantine. Currently, the quarantine obligation only applies to those returning from these countries. * Kreiszeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.