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Netherlands changes rules for travellers

Christian Fernsby |
The rules on self-quarantining for people travelling to the Netherlands will change as of 22 September.

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Vaccinated travellers from the United States, the United Kingdom and other very high-risk areas no longer have to self-quarantine on arrival in the Netherlands.

Face masks are still mandatory in airports (in any case the airside area and any other locations designated by airport management, such as arrival and departure halls), on aircraft, trains, buses, trams and metros, in taxis and on other commercial passenger transport.

Face masks no longer need to be worn in train stations and at bus, tram and metro stops.

People with a severe immune system disorder will receive an invitation from their attending doctor to get a third vaccine dose.

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