Recommendations, restrictions, warnings – every day we hear and read something new in connection with the coronavirus. What does the current situation mean for cross-border workers?
You can find a compilation of tips and information here:
Crossing the border between the Netherlands, North Rhine-Westphalia and Belgium
Here you will find a handy tool that makes it easy to find out whether you are allowed to cross the border, whether you have to report and whether you have to go into quarantine.
- How can I register my non-EU vaccination in the Netherlands?
- The Netherlands relaxes Corona measures as of 26 January
- The Netherlands: Shops, sports clubs and hairdressers open again since 15 January
- Germany introduces 2G+ for gastronomy and relaxes quarantine regulations
- Recognition period for vaccination certificates 9 months
- Lockdown in the Netherlands
- Update: Taxes and social security – exemptions for home office work extended
- Adjusted federal and state rules as of 3 December
- Taxes and social security: Exemptions for working in a home office
- Warning level 2 in Lower Saxony
- Belgium takes new measures against Corona
- New Corona Protection Ordinance North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony
- Possibilities for facilitated access and duration of short-time worker benefits extended again
- 3G rule applies in German companies
- Netherlands and Belgium are high-risk areas again
- New measures to combat the Corona pandemic in the Netherlands
- Germany offers free citizenship tests again
- Belgium classifies the Netherlands as red
- No more compensation for unvaccinated in quarantine (update)
We make every effort to update our information on a daily basis. All information is without guarantee, please note the current notices of the public authorities.