Negative travel advice from the Netherlands during the Christmas holidays

October 28, 2020 – 6:20 PM – World


The advisory body that advises the Dutch cabinet in the fight against the corona epidemic (OMT), gives negative travel advice for travel during the Christmas holidays, including to Morocco.

The OMT says that many people with Covid-19 have returned to the Netherlands after a holiday abroad during the summer months. According to measurements by the GGD, only a quarter of the travelers went into quarantine after a trip to a so-called ‘code orange land’.

The AD writes that, according to the OMT, the situation outside the Netherlands will not change significantly this winter in terms of the risk of corona infections. They also think that it is difficult to keep 1.5 meters away in many places on winter sports holidays.

Morocco was removed from the list of safe countries in the European Union at the beginning of August due to the worrying epidemiological situation. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs currently advises traveling to Morocco only if necessary. After a stay in the kingdom, a quarantine of ten days must be held upon return.

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