Each country is taking measures to help entrepreneurs cope with the corona crisis. The consequences for your business depend on the measures taken by the country you do business in or with. The European Commission, meanwhile, has launched a package of measures to support businesses, plus guidelines to continue to ensure free movement of goods.
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Re-open Europe: EU travel information website
The EU website Re-open Europe allows you to find all the up-to-date travel advice and information on rules and restrictions on the EU Member States.
Corona information and support per country
On the German Chamber of Commerce (Deutsche Industrie- und Handelskammertag, DIHK) website you can find an overview of the current developments and general information about the corona crisis by entrepreneurs and an overview of the situation in other global regions.
See also: the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) information on doing business with Germany.
The Austrian Chamber of Commerce (Wirtschaftskammer Österreich, WKO) provides on overview with FAQ. On the website you can also find a general checklist for companies affected by the corona crisis. WKO also gives an overview with the situation in other countries, and a list of support measures for each business sector.
The Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce’s has information to support businesses available. You can also call the business helpline for corona related questions.
See also: the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) information on doing business with France.
The Brussels Chamber of Commerce (BECI) offers an emergency number and a brief overview page with information about the corona crisis. The Flemish Chamber of Commerce (VOKA) also has an overview page an FAQ, and a page on how to apply for the support measures. Several Walloon Chamber of Commerce provide news and information on a daily basis.
See also: the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) information on doing business with Belgium.
The British Chamber of Commerce has set up a so-called Coronavirus Hub. The Coronavirus hub contains an overview with questions and answers, including government measures.
On the website of the British government itself, there is also a dedicated business support portal dealing with the corona measures. There you will also find an online tool to quickly find out for which schemes you are eligible, if you are UK-based.
See also: the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) information on doing business with the UK.
Travel restrictions and exemptions
From 25 February 2022, travellers from very high-risk areas do not have to self-quarantine upon arrival in the Netherlands if they have no complaints. For full and up-to-date details on the conditions for travelling into the Netherlands, check the Government.nl Checklists. To find out whether or not you have to self-quarantine, use the Quarantine Check tool on Rijksoverheid.nl.
If you want to travel from the Netherlands to a foreign country, please use the travel advice website to check the situation in that country and the countries you will be passing through.
European Commission initiatives
The European Commission is taking extensive measures to help reduce the impact of the coronavirus on health and economy across the EU. These are divided into different areas: