Where can I find Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for visitors to Egmond?
Corona (Covid-19): Information for visitors of Egmond
Current local coronavirus COVID-19 figures in Egmond: https://coronadashboard.government.nl/gemeente/GM0373/positief-geteste-mensen
[ UPDATE 14 October 2020 ] - Holidays in Egmond are allowed. Day tourists are also welcome.
Are you currently in Egmond or are you about to travel to Egmond? On this page you will find information on the current situation and useful links to relevant information sources:
Are the beaches of Egmond open and accessible?
The beaches of Egmond are open and accessible. Swimming in the sea is also allowed. Everyone in the Netherlands, also on the beach and in the sea, must keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from each other (unless they belong to the same household).
Mouth masks are not mandatory on the beach (or in the sea).
In the Netherlands, everyone from the age of 13 is obliged to wear a (non-medical) mouth mask in public transport and also it is mandatory to wear a mouth mask in shops, museums, stations, parking garages, petrol stations and other public indoor spaces.
Are attractions, museums, theaters and other tourist spots still open?
Are the shops and supermarkets open?
Supermarkets and shops are open and but need to follow the rules strictly.
Are restaurants, beach-pavilions, cafés and terraces open?
Will events in Egmond still take place as planned?
Festivals and other events are no longer allowed from October 14, 2020.
We strive for keeping the event overview on our own website as updated as possible. We also recommend informing yourself on the website of the respective organisation.
Already booked a vacation?
Have you already booked a holiday to Egmond? Please contact the landlord (by phone) for questions about your reservation. You will (most likely) find the contact details on your booking confirmation.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Netherlands
General information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus and frequently asked questions and answers can be found on the website of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment (RIVM):