Covid travel restrictions were eased as pre-departure tests were scrapped



From Wednesday 23 March, UK travelers will no longer be required to provide evidence of a negative Covid test on arrival in Netherlands.

Arrivals from all nations outside the EU are no longer required to present Covid certificates to enter the country, regardless of vaccination status.

The Dutch government advises all arrivals to take one self-test immediately after arrival and another on day five, but these are not mandatory.

Currently, arrivals must show evidence of either a negative antigen test taken up to 24 hours before departure or a negative PCR test taken up to 48 hours before departure.

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The rule change disappears Poland as the only EU country still requiring fully vaccinated UK arrivals to be tested before entry.

Mauritiusthat Maldives and Canada also recently scrapped Covid test before departure.

Meanwhile, the limits are New Zealand, Bali and Malaysia will all reopen to British tourists for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

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