As of Wednesday 23rd March 2022, the Netherlands ends almost all the entry requirements into the country, regardless of the travellers’ vaccination status. Passengers travelling from UK will no longer require pre-departure testing, present proof of recovery or of vaccination when entering the Netherlands.  

The Dutch government recommends self-testing upon arrival and a second one five days later, although this is not mandatory, along with a health declaration form that must be completed. 

With this news comes the use of masks on most transport no longer being required within the country along with no pre-admission testing from the 23rd March for the larger venues without assigned seating such as nightclubs and large events. This means there will no longer be a requirement to show a coronavirus entry pass at any location.   

This news comes less than a week since the UK government removed all remaining COVID-19 restrictions when entering the UK, including the passenger locator form and tests which were mandatory for passengers who are unvaccinated.  

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