People entering the Netherlands from Belgium and Germany should be cautious in preparing for their trip, as the Dutch police are starting border checks for those entering the country by any means from today.
This border check is being launched to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
During this time, all persons over the age of 12 entering the country must show a vaccination certificate or PCR test.
Failure to do so will result in a fine of ی 95 per person.
The move by Dutch authorities comes amid reports of an increase in the spread of the corona virus in tourist destinations across Europe following the rush hour.
Authorities fear that tourists coming to the Netherlands via Belgium and Germany will not be able to spread the corona virus in the country.
On the other hand, the policy of different countries within Europe has created a situation of strange contradiction for travelers.
Belgium has changed its entry policy regarding the corona virus, allowing citizens of all high-risk countries to come to the country yesterday.
The number of countries was 24, including Brazil, Mexico and South Africa, while the French government’s insistence on the participation of citizens in the vaccination campaign is causing protests in the country.
Yesterday, millions of people in different cities of France protested against the Corona virus health pass, this was the fourth round of such demonstrations in France.
Demonstrators consider the Corona vaccination, PCR test, or the mandatory corona rehabilitation law to go to different public places to be against the constitutional right of the individual to freedom.