Netherlands Campsites and holiday parks officially reopen from 1 July, after which relaxations for tourism are planned. However, there has never been an entry ban for German holidaymakers, so they are allowed to rent accommodation and stay there.
There are no border controls, but there are special regulations for air travellers. Travellers who board a plane in risk areas and land in the Netherlands must carry a health certificate. This must be completed and carried before the start of the journey. If a question is answered with "yes", entry is not possible. Tegel, Schönefeld and Leipzig airports are not affected.
Gradually, tourism is reopening. From 15 June, Athens and Thessaloniki airports will open their doors to holidaymakers. International flights are to be received again from the end of June.
The country, which has recorded the most deaths in Europe and has come under much criticism for its handling of the coronavirus, will impose two obligations on entrants as of 8 June. Firstly, there is a 14-day quarantine obligation, regardless of the area of origin, as well as the obligation of electronic registration prior to entry. Violation of these measures can result in hefty fines, depending on the region.
The British Virgin Islands are closed to tourists who have stayed in severely affected countries in the last 14 days - including Germany.