The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports has designated the United Kingdom (UK) as a very high risk area. “This is because of the worrying delta variant of the coronavirus circulating there,” the ministry said. For the same reason, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar and Nepal are designated as very high-risk areas.
Starting at 00.01 on Tuesday, travelers from these countries/regions to the Netherlands will fulfill their quarantine obligations. They must have a correct and complete isolation statement. Passengers who fail to comply with quarantine obligations may be fined 339 Euros. Anyone who does not have a quarantine statement may be fined 95 euros.
Passengers travelling from these countries to the Netherlands by boat or airplane must show a negative PCR test for a maximum of 72 hours and a negative rapid test for a maximum of 24 hours. Train and bus passengers or people traveling by car must show a negative compulsory PCR test and be required to be quarantined.
Truck drivers and other personnel engaged in cargo transportation are exempted from quarantine obligations, PCR testing and rapid testing.