UPDATE: FROM JUNE 10 THE RULES FOR ENTRY IN THE NETHERLANDS CHANGE.
For those who enter the Netherlands from Italy, the presentation of a negative swab is no longer required.
More information on the website of the Government of the Netherlands.
These are the rules valid until June 9th:
Passengers in transit from the Netherlands (passengers continuing their journey to another destination) only need to show the negative result of the NAAT test (PCR swab) issued within 72 hours prior to transit through the country. An additional quick test is no longer necessary.
Passengers (aged 13 and over) departing from Italy with their final destination in the Netherlands have two options:
- Submit the negative result of the COVID-19 NAAT test (PCR swab) carried out within 72 hours before arrival in the Netherlands + the negative result of the rapid COVID-19 antigen test carried out within 24 hours before boarding the flight, or
- Submit the negative result of the COVID-19 NAAT test (PCR swab) performed within 24 hours before boarding the flight.
For more information on the rules of access in the Netherlands and the documents required for boarding, we kindly ask you to consult the website of your airline and the website of the Government of the Netherlands.
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