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Your travel and self-quarantine overview

The travel and self-quarantine rules also apply if you have already been vaccinated.

Overview of your trip:

Your destination: South Sudan

South Sudan currently has a high corona risk.

On arrival in South Sudan you may need a negative test result and/or go into self-quarantine. An entry ban may also apply. Detailed travel advice (information in Dutch)

(arrival in the Netherlands)

Currently, you must arrange the following before your arrival in the Netherlands:

Negative test result.
You can only travel to the Netherlands if you have a negative test result (max 72 hours before arrival). Where can I get a test result?

When you get home, you and your travel companions need to self-quarantine for 10 days:

(back home)

day 0

Self-quarantine immediately to prevent the possible spread of the virus.

This means do not go outside, do not go to the store and do not go to work.

Prepare for you self-quarantine.

Jun 17 (today)

day NaN

Reduce your time in self-quarantine by getting tested on day 5 after returning home.

Make a test appointment now for . Call 0800-1202 (keep your citizen service number (BSN) with you).

Reduce your time in self-quarantine by getting tested on day 5 after returning home.

Make a test appointment now for . Either online or call 0800-1202 (keep your citizen service number (BSN) with you).

Get tested for coronavirus. Make an appointment online or call to 0800-1202 (keep your citizen service number (BSN) with you).

If the test comes back negative, you no longer have to self‑quarantine. But continue to avoid contact with anyone who may be vulnerable for a full 10 days after you return to the Netherlands.

If the test comes back positive, you have coronavirus. The GGD will provide you with additional information and you need to self‑isolate (information in Dutch)

(test day)

day 5

Get tested today for corona.

If the test comes back negative, you no longer have to self‑quarantine. But continue to avoid contact with anyone who may be vulnerable for a full 10 days after you return to the Netherlands.

If the test comes back positive, you have coronavirus. The GGD will provide you with additional information and you need to self‑isolate (information in Dutch)

(end)

day 10

If you did not get tested on or after day 5 and you have no symptoms, this is your last day of your self‑quarantine.

If you have COVID‑19 symptoms, stay home and get tested again.

Prepare your self-quarantine

Did you know you can't do your grocery shopping yourself, receive visitors and you need to work from home?

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