Measures in Twente

Current measures as of 28 April

You can read the currently applicable measures below. You can also view the measures on Government.nl.

The government has drafted an opening plan to reopen society. On 28 April the government has taken the first step.

Current measures

General measures
No curfew.
Wear a face mask where required.
Meeting people
Receive no more than 2 visitors 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
Use public transport for essential travel only.
Do not travel abroad up to 15 May.
Shops and markets
Non-essential shops open until 20.00 hrs.
Shops selling essentials are open.
Ban on sale of alcohol after 20.00.
Food and drink / events
Outdoor terraces open from 12 noon to 6 pm and max. 2 people or 1 household per table (excluding children under 13).
Establishments serving food and drink inside remain closed. Takeaway and delivery are allowed.
Events are banned.
Venues normally open to the public
Museums, cinemas, zoos and other venues remain closed.
Education and childcare
Primary schools, daycare centres and out-of-school care are open.
Secondary schools and secondary vocational schools (mbo) are partially open.
HBO's and universities open under certain conditions.
Sports
Outdoors: allowed for children aged 17 and under. Allowed for people aged 18 or over under certain conditions.
Indoors: all indoor sports facilities remain closed. Swimming lessons for children up to and including 12 years old are excluded.
Work
Work from home, unless you have no other option.
General
Wash:
Wash your hands often.
Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
Distance:
Stay 1.5 meters away from others.
Avoid busy places.
Test:
COVID-19 symptoms? Stay at home.
Get tested as soon as possible.

Additional information

There can be additional measures on a regional level. Please take a look at the website of the safety region.