Now that the summer months have arrived and the summer holidays are approaching, many people want to go on holiday again this year. Many people have not been on holiday for a long time due to the consequences of the corona pandemic and it is starting to itch for many people, we want to leave for another country! More and more people have been vaccinated with the corona vaccine and the number of infections in many countries is falling sharply, so there is also the possibility to go out with the family for a well-deserved holiday. From Thursday, more countries on the website will change from code orange to code yellow, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today.

From tomorrow we can go on holiday 'safely' to Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, the Greek capital Athens and the Brussels-Capital Region in Belgium. The countries with code yellow may still have their own entry restrictions and these may also differ per country. It is therefore not the case that if a country receives a code yellow, there are no longer any rules for entering that country as a traveler. The rules per country can be found on the website If a country receives a yellow travel advice from our government, you as a Dutch person no longer have to quarantine when you return to the Netherlands and you also do not have to show a negative PCR test. Many countries in Europe will then be yellow from tomorrow. Spain, the United Kingdom, Norway, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus are still orange.

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