Face mask mandatory again at airports and stations
From Saturday, November 6, the face mask obligation will be implemented again at Dutch airports and train stations. This was reported by the Dutch cabinet this week after the corona infections are rising again in our country.
At the end of September, the face mask obligation was reduced at airports and wearing them was only mandatory past security. This reduction was also implemented by Schiphol Airport and Eindhoven Airport. Rotterdam The Hague Airport did not implement reduction at all, as a face mask was mandatory in the entire building. Due to the obligations, wearing a face mask will be mandatory again at all Dutch airports starting November 6 from the moment you enter the Airports. This rule already applied inside airplanes and has not changed.
Wearing a face mask will also be mandatory at all Dutch train stations from Saturday November 6. Both when entering the train station and the train platform. Wearing a face mask during public transport remains mandatory.
Despite the obligated corona measures, business travel remains possible.
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