You must wear a face mask on a tram, bus, metro and train. This also applies to taxi transport.
Stay at home as much as possible. Do not travel if you don’t have to.
Mouth mask mandatory
You must wear a face mask on tram, bus, metro and train. This also applies to taxi transport. A mouth mask is also mandatory in public indoor areas, such as in shops and at the station. If you do not wear a mouth mask, a fine of € 95 can be imposed.
You must also wear a face mask at the reception and in the waiting rooms and corridors of the COA, GZA and JGZ!
• You may meet up outside with a maximum of 4 people.
Or with all the people who belong to your household.
Children up to the age of 13 do not count..
• You do have to stay 1.5 meters from others. Children up to the age of 13 do not have to keep their distance.
People from 1 household are allowed to be closer to each other.
- Restaurants and cafes are closed.
- Cinemas, theatres and concert halls are closed. Some libraries are open to pick up books. See their website for this.
- Most shops are closed. Except supermarkets, pharmacies and chemists. There is no late-night shopping.
- As of 10 February, you can order and collect items from shops online or by telephone. You can only collect your items within a particular time. Only 1 person is allowed to collect the items. There is a minimum of 4 hours between ordering and collection.
- Gyms are closed.
As of 23 January, curfew applies in the Netherlands. This means that you are not allowed to go outside between 9 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.
You may only go outside if it is really necessary. For example if you have to go to hospital or when you have to travel because of your asylum process (for example for an interview with the IND). In such case, you must be able to present a statement explaining why you must go outside.
If you violate the curfew, a fine of € 95 can be imposed.
You may invite a maximum of 1 person to your home per day. You must also keep a distance of 1.5 meters.