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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

20 January 2021

Restrictive measures due to the containment of the Corona virus change from time to time. Below you can find the current status.

The Netherlands is in lockdown untill the 20th of  April 2021 and the government advises to stay at home as much as possible. Also a curfew applies throughout the Netherlands from Saturday 23 January untill at least the 20th of April. That means that everyone stays indoors between 10 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. 

Venues such as museums, theatres, amusement parks, zoos, casinos, saunas, indoor sporting venues, and establishments serving food and drink (including in hotels) will be closed throughout this period. Shops such as clothing stores, shoe shops, jewellery shops and shops selling craft supplies will also be closed, however you can make an appointment tot visit a store. Plan your visit to The Hague well, always keep 1.5 metres away from other people and go elsewhere if it is too busy in one place: look for space. The information below is based on information from the National Government and the Municipality of The Hague. Check www.denhaag.nl or www.rijksoverheid.nl for more information.