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Posted on September 20 2022

Visit the Netherlands; there are no more COVID-related travel restrictions

By  Editor
Updated July 25 2023

News highlights: Netherlands says ‘NO’ COVID-19 travel restrictions

  • On September 17, 2022, all COVID-19-related restrictions to visit the Netherlands were lifted.
  • The Netherlands is among the last of countries that have lifted such travel restrictions on travelers entering the country.
  • The EU Commission will possibly soon publish a proposal to revise the COVID-19 rules for entering the EU Member States.

Do you know that Amsterdam in the Netherlands is among the top 5 cities that are visited by tourists all over the world? If you want to visit the Netherlands to explore this wonderful city, it’s time to make your plans. The latest news is that the Netherlands has lifted all its remaining COVID-19 related entry-restrictions to the country on September 17, 2022!

The Dutch government has released a statement that says that the current epidemiological situation in the country is conducive enough. It has prompted the government to scrap any remaining travel restrictions and allow visitors to travel into this beautiful nation.

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What has changed?

The practices and policies that have changed with the latest decision rolled out by the Dutch government included the following:

  • Travelers from countries that don’t belong to the Schengen Area and the EU had to present a certificate of vaccination/recovery so that they can be allowed to visit the Netherlands.
  • Travelers had to produce certificates that were subject to many criteria. These included the condition that
    • the last dosage of vaccine must be taken within the last 9 months or
    • the type of vaccine taken must be amongst those that have received the approval of the EMA (European Medicines Agency) or the WHO (World Health Organization).

What came along with the new step?

Scrapping the COVID-19 travel restrictions, the Dutch authorities laid focus on a proposal that the EU commission may soon bring out a proposal for the revision of the COVID-19 rules of entry into the EU Member States. The proposal for this revision will be published in Autumn 2022.

After the Netherlands lifted the travel restrictions, only Spain and Luxembourg are left to lift their COVID-related travel restrictions. Spain will keep the restrictions in place till November 15, 2022. As for Luxembourg, the restrictions will be in effect till the end of September 2022.

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Why is Amsterdam so famous among tourists?

Coming back to the most popular tourist destination in the Netherlands: Amsterdam, it will be interesting to learn why it’s among the most-visited cities in Europe. Here are a few reasons:

  • This city is well-known for giving tourists the liberty of expressing themselves without being too conscious.
  • The city has made it easy for bicycle riders and walkers to move around the place.
  • Amsterdam has an active social scene as well as vibrant nightlife. Rest assured of finding lots of diversity and tolerance.
  • The city is ranked among the top 5 most progressive in the world.

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If you are willing to visit the Netherlands, talk to Y-Axis, the leading immigration and career consultant in the UAE.

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