People must continue to keep 1.5 meters away from each other at coronavirus test and Covid-19 vaccination locations, even after Saturday. In addition, they must wear face masks, even though those rules no longer apply to most other locations in the rest of the country.
This should reduce the chance of people infecting one another, as people who might be infected by the coronavirus continue visiting the testing locations.
They have Covid-like complaints or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive. Visitors to vaccination sites may not have been fully vaccinated, or they may not have been vaccinated.
With a distance of 1.5 meters and the use of face masks, “we are keeping the testing and vaccination process as safe as possible”, according to the GGD.
To gain access to catering businesses, sporting events, and cultural sites, all 13-year-olds and older must have a coronavirus pass. Visitors must show proof that they have not been infected by the coronavirus, that they have recovered from it, or that they have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
Because of that new restriction, the government put a halt to most rules dictating the mandatory use of face masks and social distancing.