The corona pass must also be shown at events, festivals, concerts and professional sports competitions. This also applies to art and culture institutions, such as cinemas and theatres.
The CTB serves as proof that people have been vaccinated, recently tested negative or have recovered from Covid-19. People without a corona pass can have themselves tested for free for a QR code with which they can gain access. Municipalities have received extra money from the government for this.
Catering owners and organizers of events and sports and cultural activities must check the corona pass together with the proof of identity. The CoronaCheck Scanner app is made available for this.
Closing time catering remains
The maximum number of visitors and the mandatory closing time will be abolished for outdoor events and for indoor events with a fixed seat.
Supporters in (football) stadiums can enter with unlimited numbers from this weekend, if they can show a corona pass. That means that the Willem II-PSV Eredivisie match, the next afternoon at 4.30 pm, could be the first for a sold-out house in more than a year and a half.
At indoor events without a fixed seat, such as a concert, a maximum of 75 percent of regular visitors may enter. There is a mandatory closing time at 24:00.
Multi-day events are also allowed again, provided that visitors show their corona pass every 24 hours. The catering industry can start running again at maximum capacity and the seat obligation also expires. The closing period between 00:00 and 06:00 will remain.
New corona measures today: end of 1,5 meter rule, but corona pass
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