Getting tested following contact with someone with coronavirus

If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, or have received a notification from the CoronaMelder app, keep the virus from spreading and get tested. You can do a self-test or get tested by the municipal health service (GGD), even if you do not have any symptoms. If the result of your self-test is positive, always get tested by the GGD to confirm the result. Sometimes you also need to self-quarantine.

Rules on self-quarantining and self-isolating and when to get tested

Whether you need to self-quarantine, self-isolate or get tested depends on your situation. 

My name has come up in contact tracing

If you were in contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, your name will come up in contact tracing by the municipal health service (GGD).