Self-quarantining (staying at home)

The information on this website may change following the press conference, held on 14 September at 7 pm.

You should self-quarantine if you might have coronavirus or if you have returned from a very high-risk area. If a coronavirus test shows that you are infected, you must self-isolate, even if you are protected against coronavirus.

See also:

Self-quarantine upon arrival in the Netherlands

Self-quarantining if you are protected against coronavirus

The self-quarantine rules apply even if you are protected against coronavirus because you:

  • are fully vaccinated and it is more than 14 days since you got you last vaccination;
  • have been infected with coronavirus in the last 6 months.

How long you have to self-quarantine and what rules apply depends on the type of situation.