As ICPM Conference organizers we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 developments and recommendations in- and outside the Netherlands. We stay committed that the ICPM conference will take place as an in-person event. Although the current developments are good news, alternative solutions (hybrid / virtual) to arrange the ICPM conference in case of emerging new variants are ready and in place at the background. On this webpage you can find the latest information about the ICPM Conference & COVID-19 and the Dutch conditions for entering the Netherlands
Conditions for entering the Netherlands (as of July 1, 2021)
Basic rules must still be followed
Although the current developments are good news, the virus is still here. It is unpredictable and new variants continue to emerge. So we must be careful and stay alert. This includes following the basic rules.
- Good hygiene remains important. Wash your hands regularly. Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
- If you develop symptoms, stay at home and get tested as soon as possible.
People traveling to the Netherlands
Travelers within the EU who can show proof of vaccination or proof of recovery (for example a Digital COVID Certificate), no longer need to show a negative NAAT or antigen test result. People arriving in the Netherlands from a safe country do not have to show a negative test result, proof of recovery or proof of vaccination. Travelers from outside the EU do not have to show a negative test result if they have proof of vaccination; proof of recovery is not sufficient to exempt these travelers from the negative test result requirement.
Mandatory quarantine for travelers from countries with Delta coronavirus variant
Our Dutch government has designated some countries as very high risk. This is due to the Delta variant of coronavirus – a variant of concern – which is circulating in these countries.
Travelers from these countries must therefore go into mandatory quarantine immediately on arrival in the Netherlands. During their journey, they must also be in possession of an accurate and fully completed quarantine declaration. Here you can find all relevant information, including an up-to-date list of countries for which this is the case.