Curfew Do not go outdoors between 21.00 and 4.30. Meeting people Receive no more than 1 visitor per day (excluding children under 13). Visit no more than 1 other household per day. Outdoors: no more than 2 people or 1 household in a group. Travel and transport Stay at home as much as possible. Use public transport for essential travel only. Do not travel abroad or book trips abroad in the period up to and including 31 March. Shops Non-essential shops are closed. Shopping by appointment, ‘click and collect’ and delivery allowed. Shops selling essentials, including supermarkets, greengrocers and chemists, may remain open. Ban on sale of alcohol after 20.00. Food and drink/ events All establishments serving food and drink remain closed. Takeaway and delivery are allowed. Venues normally open to the public Museums, cinemas, libraries and other venues remain closed. Contact-based industries People working in contact-based professions, like hairdressers and driving instructors, can perform their work. Education and childcare Primary schools and daycare centres are open. Secondary schools and secondary vocational schools (MBO) will partially reopen. Remote teaching in higher education. Out-of-school care remains closed. Sports Outdoors: training at sports facilities allowed for anyone aged 26 and under. People aged 27 and over: no more than 2 people and stay 1.5 metres apart. Indoors: all indoor sports facilities remain closed. No matches or competitions. General COVID-19 symptoms? Self-quarantine. COVID-19 symptoms? Do not receive visitors. COVID-19 symptoms? Get tested. Work from home, unless you have no other option. Stay 1.5 metres away from others. If a place is busy, leave. Cough and sneeze into your elbow. Wear a face mask where required.