Corporate Housing Factory is committed to the health and safety of all our clients, guests and associates. We believe that the comfort of hospitality is needed most of all in challenging times like these. Some of us may not be able to get back home and are in need of a temporary home with a kitchen, now that restaurants and cafés are temporarily closed.
Do you need help, have a question or should you become aware of any situation that needs our assistance or knowledge, please contact us immediately at +31 (088) 1169 501, at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form at the bottom of this page. Our team is here for you!
THE NEW measures are to be applied nationwide UNTIL AT LEAST 9 JUNE 2021 inclusive
- You are advised to receive no more than 2 visitors a day at home, and visit no more than 1 other household per day.
- All shops may admit customers without an appointment. There is a limit on the number of shoppers allowed inside at the same time and wearing a face mask in shops is still compulsory.
- People performing contact-based professions, such as hairdressers and masseurs, will be able to practise. Customers must make a reservation.
- No alcohol or soft drugs will be sold or delivered and you may not drink alcohol, use soft drugs or have them on your person in public spaces between 08.00 pm and 07.00 am.
Relaxations from 19 MAY 2021:
On 19 May, if the numbers allow, the following coronavirus measures will be lifted or relaxed. All other measures will continue to apply.
Whether this goes ahead depends on the number of new ICU and hospital admissions on 17 May. This figure must have fallen by around 20% compared to the peak at the end of April. If this is not the case, the government will pause the reopening plan and postpone the second step.
- Outdoor seating areas at restaurants and cafés
Outdoor seating areas can be open from 06.00 am to 08.00 pm. Each establishment may have a maximum of 50 guests. No more than 2 people from different households may be seated at a table, sitting 1.5 metres apart. However, this limit does not apply if everyone at the table is part of the same household or if the party includes children under 13. Visitors can go indoors only to pay, use the cloakroom or go to the toilet. Face masks must be worn indoors. Outdoor seating areas at sports clubhouses may also reopen. The same conditions apply as at other establishments serving food and drink.
- Indoor sports facilities
Indoor sports facilities like fitness centres and swimming pools may reopen, subject to conditions. A maximum of 30 people applies per space. People may only exercise or do sports individually or in groups of 2, with an instructor, and they must stay 1.5 metres apart. Larger group lessons are not allowed, except for children under 18.
- Outdoor sports
Groups will be allowed to do sports outdoors again, subject to conditions. The maximum group size is 30 and everyone must stay 1.5 metres apart. Competitions and spectators are not allowed. The rules for outdoor sports for young people under 27 had already been relaxed. They do not have to stay 1.5 metres apart during group sports outdoors.
- Outdoor leisure locations
Amusement parks, nature parks, zoos and petting farms will reopen, subject to conditions. This also applies to facilities for outdoor play and recreation, such as miniature golf, climbing parks and playgrounds. The number of visitors is limited to one per 10 square metres and all visitors must stay 1.5 metres apart. Reservations and a health check are mandatory. Reservations can be made for people from the same household or for up to 2 people from different households, not counting children.
- Artistic and cultural activities indoors
Indoor locations for artistic and cultural activities will reopen. People will be able to take music, dance or theatre lessons again. Teachers can give lessons to individuals or groups of 2. Larger group lessons are not allowed, except for children under 18. A maximum of 30 people applies per space.
- Artistic and cultural activities outdoors
Outdoor locations for cinematic and performing arts, such as open air theatres, can reopen, subject to conditions. A maximum of 30 people applies. Everyone must stay 1.5 metres apart. Reservations are mandatory and can be made for people from the same household or for up to 2 people from different households (not counting children). Open air museums, sculpture gardens and outdoor historic sites can also reopen. The number of visitors is limited to one per 10 square metres. Apart from this, the same conditions apply as at outdoor locations for performing arts.
- Wear a face mask in indoor public spaces and on public transport if you are aged 13 or over. Passengers who do not wear a face mask can be fined €95.
- Passengers will be required to wear a non-medical face mask on trams, buses, water buses, metros and trains. Passengers who do not wear a face mask can be fined €95.
- For other shared forms of transport, such as taxis, passenger vans and coaches, passengers must reserve and must undergo a pre-travel health check. Non-medical face masks must also be worn.
A flight ban is in force for passenger flights from the following other countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Cabo Verde, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Negative PCR test result requirement
If you are travelling to the Netherlands by aircraft, ship, train or coach from a high-risk area, you must get tested for coronavirus. The test must be a molecular NAAT test (PCR, RT PCR, LAMP, TMA or mPOCT). You must present the negative test result before departure.
Certain exemptions apply, including for diplomats and lorry drivers. And you do not need to show a NAAT (PCR) test result if you are coming from a country on the EU list of safe countries.
The NAAT (PCR) test result must meet certain requirements and the samples must have been collected no more than 72 hours before your arrival in the Netherlands.
Negative rapid test result required
If you are travelling to the Netherlands by aircraft or ship from a high-risk country, you must take a rapid test shortly before departure, unless you can present a negative NAAT test result, based on a sample collected no more than 24 hours before boarding. Certain exemptions apply, including for diplomats. The rapid test must meet certain requirements.
You must self-quarantine for 10 days upon arriving in the Netherlands. You can get tested again on day 5 after your arrival. If the result is negative you can end your self-quarantine. To prepare for your journey to the Netherlands do the Quarantine Check for Travellers. This is a practical checklist of steps to take before and after your journey. You should travel only if your journey is essential.
The virus has officially been labelled a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). To contain the coronavirus in the Netherlands the Dutch Government has taken additional measures. What does this mean:
- Always stay 1.5 metres away from other people.
- If you have symptoms, get tested as soon as possible and stay at home.
- If someone in your household develops a fever, all members of the household should stay home.
- Work from home if possible.
- Avoid busy places and travel outside peak hours if possible.
- Wear a non-medical face mask in indoor public spaces.
- If you have travelled to a region that has an orange travel advisory due to coronavirus, or if you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, you should self-quarantine.
Which measures did Corporate Housing Factory take?
As ever, the safety and security of our guests and team members remains our number one priority. We maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene. In response to the coronavirus, we have taken additional measures to make our cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous:
Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to give you extra piece of mind!
Are you missing certain information? Let us know by filling in the contact form at the bottom of this page.
I am worried about my health. What should I do?
If you have symptoms, get tested as soon as possible and stay at home.
Can I still go grocery shopping or walk my dog?
If you don’t have any symptoms, you can go and do some grocery shopping or walk your dog. If you keep an arm’s length away from others, the chance that others will infect you with COVID-19 or that you will infect others is small. If you have symptoms, get tested as soon as possible and stay at home.
Can I use public transport?
Only use public transport if there is no alternative. Avoid rush hours and keep as far apart as possible.
From June 1 wearing a non-medical face mask will be compulsory when travelling on public transport.
Is it safe to travel abroad?
Which additional housekeeping measures do we take?
If you do not want your apartment cleaned due to distance measures please contact our Service Desk and we will make a new appointment.
If you are not feeling well, your apartment will not be cleaned. Please contact our Service Desk to make other arrangements. If possible our staff can provide fresh towels and linen.
I would like to extend, change or cancel my stay with Corporate Housing Factory. How can I do that?
important information providers
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
The European Center of Disease Prevention and Control
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