Following a proposal from the EU Council, the Dutch government has decided to add these nations to the EU’s list of epidemiologically safe third-country citizens who should be allowed to travel to EU countries for non-essential activities.
“You may travel to the Netherlands if you reside in a secure nation. You are exempt from the EU travel prohibition. It makes no difference what your nationality is or what your trip’s aim is. High-risk regions are nations that are not on the list of safe countries, according to the Dutch government.
“If you are traveling to the Netherlands from a place where the danger of getting COVID-19 is minimal (a safe nation), you do not need to produce a negative test result. When you come in the Netherlands, you are also not obligated to self-quarantine,” the ministry confirmed.
Those arriving by plane, however, will be need to fill out a health declaration, which some airlines allow to be completed online at the time of check-in.