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You must show a negative test result if you are travelling to the Netherlands from a high-risk country. This is because there is a risk that travellers arriving from high-risk areas will import and spread coronavirus. The mandatory test results are not a substitute for other coronavirus measures, such as the entry ban, self-quarantining and vaccination.
Get a test done at an official testing centre (such as a laboratory, doctor or health service) at your destination. Check the test meets the Dutch requirements. See the question about test requirements. A negative test declaration is required if you travel to the Netherlands from outside the EU/Schengen area.
Stay in your accommodation and avoid contact with others. You should also contact your local municipal health service (GGD) in the Netherlands and follow the measures and advice of the health authorities at your destination. The other members of your household and/or your travelling companions may also need to go into quarantine. If you no longer have any symptoms and you test negative for coronavirus you may return to the Netherlands.
After becoming infected with coronavirus it can take 10 days for symptoms to show. So it’s important to stay at home for 10 days. There are also people who have coronavirus without showing any symptoms at all. They could infect others if they don’t stay at home.
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