The Netherlands eases the restrictive measures under COVID-19

The Dutch government has announced a new partial easing of restrictive measures to combat the spread of COVID-19,
 but maintaining the application of evening time until 31 March 2021.

Thus, for a trip to the Netherlands with a negative PCR test for COVID-19 performed up to 12 hours 
before boarding the aircraft for the Netherlands, passengers should not test negative 
for a rapid coronavirus antigen test.
As long as some citizens test positive for COVID-19 after a long period of coronavirus illness,
 a list of exceptions can be found at the following link, when they can be admitted to the Netherlands and 
a positive coronavirus test result. :

Requirements for negative coronavirus test results also apply to passengers vaccinated against 
COVID-19 before arrival in the Netherlands.

A number of reliefs are also introduced with regard to internal measures for gathering groups, 
visiting shops, observing a number of rules in everyday life and exercising sports activities.