Latest information on the coronavirus and Schiphol

Last update: 2 July 2020, 11:52, Amsterdam

Schiphol follows the national and international developments of the coronavirus closely. Now that many airlines are starting to fly more, your health and the health of your fellow travellers remains the most important thing for us. If you have a fever or symptoms such as a cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat or a mild cough, stay at home. We also ask every traveller for a health declaration to fill in and bring along.


On this liveblog we will give you the most up-to-date information.

Do you have a question about your flight? Please contact your airline.

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Latest news

  • Schiphol to open more facilities to travellers

    Now that air traffic, and therefore the number of passengers, is increasing, more and more parts of Schiphol are being opened. Departures 1, G-pier, and Lounges 3 and 4 are open again from today. Departures 4 and H-pier and M-pier will be opened only if flights are scheduled to leave from these locations.

    Every week we look at the number of flights, passengers and required areas of the terminal and put the pieces of the puzzle together. Of course, travelling in a responsible and safe manner remains the norm.

  • Travellers from these 15 non-EU countries may enter the Netherlands again

    Schiphol is to gradually start welcoming more and more travellers from outside of Europe. From the 1st of July, 15 non-European countries will no longer be subject to a travel ban. The borders of the Netherlands is now open to Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China. People travelling from China will only be granted entry into the Netherlands once European travellers are also allowed to enter China. The list of countries subject to a travel ban is reviewed every two weeks. If the health situation in a country gets significantly worse, then this may have an effect on whether or not entry into Europe and the Netherlands is permitted.

    Travelling from these countries is now considered to be safe by the Netherlands. This does not mean that non-essential travel to these countries is now recommended. Travellers from countries not on the European Union’s safe list may only enter Europe if they belong to one of the categories exempt from the travel ban. These travellers are very strongly advised to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days.

  • Please complete your health declaration before you fly

    All travellers flying via Schiphol need to carry a completed health declaration with you when you fly. You can download the form here. Please complete it by yourself before you leave home. You must be able to show the health declaration upon request whether you’re at Schiphol, on the plane or at the destination airport. Keep it in a convenient place with your passport, boarding pass or be prepared to display it on your mobile.

  • Measures in the event that air traffic increases

    Various airlines are expanding their scheduled flights to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Therefore we expect a rise in passenger traffic over the coming period. In order to continue to travel safely and responsibly, Schiphol has recently taken many measures in the field of hygiene, keeping a distance of 1.5-metres and passenger communication. Before you come to Schiphol, we would like to inform you about what to expect. That way, you will be well prepared for your journey. Here you can find all the information you need.

  • Dutch government to allow intraeuropean travel from June 15

    Travel to most European countries will resume from June 15 onwards, according to announcements made by the Dutch government last night. Countries within the Schengen zone will be changed from code orange (i.e. only necessary trips) to yellow. There will no longer be a quarantine obligation for those countries, so you will not be required to remain home for 2 weeks upon your return to the Netherlands. Some countries will remain orange for now, such as those that do not want Dutch tourists yet or where quarantine measures are still in affect. Please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the most up-to-date travel advice.

  • Please come alone if you’re about to travel

    Please come to Schiphol alone – if it’s at all possible – in order to have a safe and responsible start to your trip. For pick-ups and drop-offs, the following rules still apply: do not walk in or out with travellers, unless there is no other option. Please drop the traveller in front of Departures, or wait in your car in the car park.

  • KLM adds more destinations to network

    KLM will be adding more destinations from July, the airline has announced. The range of destinations is being expanded in Southern Europe in particular. These include but are not limited to Alicante, Bilbao, Bologna, Ibiza, Istanbul, Nice, Porto, Catania and Split. For more plannend destinations and information by KLM check their website.

  • Catering outlets to reopen

    As of 1 June, catering outlets will be allowed to reopen for business. This includes the catering outlets at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Consequently, you are more than welcome in our catering outlets again from that date. There is no need to make a reservation. In some respects, however, your visit will differ from what you are used to. To comply with the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), our restaurants will seat no more than 30 people. As of 1 July, we expect to be able to accommodate more visitors, as long as our catering partners respect the maximum of 100 people that will apply from that date (depending on the size of the outlet, of course).

    Not every restaurant or bar will reopen on 1 June. We aim to offer our passengers a relevant selection of catering facilities for every moment of the day. As the number of passengers at Schiphol increases, more catering outlets will open up. At each open catering outlet, you will be greeted by a host or hostess, who will show you to your seat and monitor the number of people inside. Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the airport. Together, we will make sure that you can travel safely.

  • Transavia gradually resumes flight schedule

    Transavia will gradually resume its flight schedule starting on 4 June, while taking into account additional health measures. The airline's decision was prompted by growing demand for travel amongst its customers and the easing of restrictions in the Netherlands and entry regulations in other European countries.

    Starting on 4 June, Transavia will be flying from Amsterdam to destinations in Greece (Athens, Heraklion and Thessaloniki), Portugal (Faro and Lisbon) and Spain (Malaga). Planning to fly with Transavia soon? Visit the Transavia website for details on the additional precautions.

  • EU entry ban extended until June 15th

    The EU entry ban for non-essential trips is extended by 30 days – that is, until June 15, 2020. That curtails all unnecessary travel of people to Europe from third countries (i.e. all EU Member States, all members of Schengen and the U.K.). However, there are some exceptions. You can check here if you fall under one of the exception positions if you would like to travel to the Netherlands soon.

  • Face masks on board of KLM flights mandatory

    KLM slowly began to restart its network from 4 May. They will be flying to seven additional destinations daily. These are: Barcelona, Madrid, Roma, Milan, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw and Helsinki.

    Wearing face masks on board (and during boarding) of all KLM flights will be mandatory from 11 May. Travellers are responsible for arranging their own face protection. These rules will be in place until at least 31 August, 2020.

  • KLM’s basic scheduling until July 3

    KLM’s amended basic scheduling has been extended until at least July 3. This means that until this date, about five to ten percent of the normal number of flights will be operated. The scheduling was originally in effect until May 3, but has been extended by two months.

    Which flights are still operated changes per week. This depends, among other things, on the measures taken by various authorities. An overview of the destinations that are still being flown to can be found on the KLM website.

    Travellers are advised to inform themselves of travel restrictions to their destination prior to booking. And to be aware that these may vary per country and personal circumstances, and are subject to change. For flights that are booked now, but get cancelled later, travellers will receive a voucher.

  • All scheduled Transavia flights cancelled until 27 May

    Transavia has cancelled all scheduled flights until 27 May, except repatriation flights. There have been increased restrictions imposed upon the airline, including the increased restrictive measures to and from the Netherlands and other Transavia destinations. Please read Transavia’s live blog about the corona virus, or contact them for more information about your flight.

  • Update health declaration

    Starting April 17th at 6 p.m, a health declaration is required for travellers from high-risk areas. Travellers from these areas are also urged to quarantine for two weeks. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) maintains a list of airports in areas with a high risk of contamination. The measures above apply to passengers arriving in the Netherlands, which departed from airports in the mentioned countries and regions.

    Travellers departing from these high-risk areas will receive a form from the airline they are travelling with. The questionnaire has been drawn up by the GGD and RIVM and must be completed before boarding. Travellers should keep the form with them during the trip. If one of the questions on the form is answered with "yes", the traveller will not be allowed on board by the airline.

  • EU entry ban extended

    The European Commission published a proposal on April 8, 2020 that extended the EU entry ban for non-essential trips by 30 days – that is, until May 15, 2020. The government has accepted this proposal. That curtails all unnecessary travel of people to Europe from third countries (i.e. all EU Member States, all members of Schengen and the U.K.). However, there are some exceptions. You can check here if you fall under one of the exception positions if you would like to travel to the Netherlands soon.

    The flight bans for travellers from high-risk areas to the BES Islands (Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) will be extended until 18:00 on 28 April, 2020. The European entry ban has no effect on the BES islands, which is why the cabinet decided to extend the flying ban that was introduced earlier.

  • Health declaration required

    A declaration of health certificate will be required for travellers from high-risk areas from 18:00 on April 17, 2020. This follows a ruling issued by the Dutch ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat (Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, or I&W) and the ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport (Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, or VWS). This declaration must be completed before boarding. The definition of high-risk areas follows those listed online by the European Aviation Agency. Travellers from high-risk areas are also urgently advised to quarantine themselves for at least 14-days.

    Flight bans for Italy, Spain and Austria will be extended by one week until 18:00 on April 17, 2020, due to the entry period of the health certificate. These flying prohibitions will expire after that.

  • P3 Car Park Closed

    The P3 car park will be closed temporarily from Tuesday 14 April due to the reduced demand for parking spaces. The closure will be for the parking lot, car park and Privium Parking. P4 Basic Parking and Terminal Valet Parking have already been temporarily closed.

    P1 (Short and Holiday) and P6 Valet Parking are still open. The 48-hour time limit at P1 has been suspended and the rates now match those charged at P3. Your parking reservation will be automatically upgraded to P1 if you have booked a P3 parking spot. In addition, it will remain free to cancel or change your parking reservation. You can still collect your car from P3 if it is currently parked there.

  • 14 days in home quarantine for arrivals from USA

    The Dutch government has ruled that all Dutch travellers returning from the USA must stay in home quarantine for 14 days. The same rule applies to travellers coming back to the Netherlands with a repatriation flight from countries which are currently under a blanket travel ban. This applies to Mainland China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, Italy, Spain and Austria. The Dutch government kindly asks all travellers to cooperate, even though the home quarantine is not compulsory and will not be checked.

  • Schiphol closes more passenger areas

    As of today, the D-, E- and F-Pier remain in use for handling aircraft, as well as some busgates on the B-pier. The other gates at the B-pier and the C-, G-, H/M-Pier are no longer open. The platforms, however, will be used to park aircraft for a longer period. This way, we adjust airport operations to the current situation.

    Check-in is facilitated in Departures 2 and 3. Behind security control, Schengen passengers will be able to use Lounge 1. Lounge 2 is open for passengers to and from non-Schengen destinations. As of today, facilities and access to Lounge 3 are closed.

    Do you have any questions? Please turn to our staff.

  • Food service establishments closed till the 28th of April

    The Dutch government decided that all all corona virus restrictions will be prolonged until the 28 April. All of Schiphol's food service establishments will be closed until that date. Travellers will still be able to buy food and drinks to go at the Grab&Fly kiosks at the piers. An empty water bottle can also be brought with you when you travel, which you can fill up at one of the 90 water taps in the terminal.

  • Transavia and EasyJet ground flights

    Airlines Transavia and EasyJet have stopped flying completely and are keeping their aircraft on the ground. No more flights are being carried out, except for repatriation flights. For Transavia, this measure applies until at least 6th of May 2020. For EasyJet, it applies until further notice.

    Do you have any questions about a scheduled flight? Please contact your airline.

  • Flight ban extended to 10 April

    The flight bans for passengers flights from mainland China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, Italy, Iran, Spain and Austria have been extended until 10 April 2020 06:00 PM. Repatriation flights are exempt from this ruling, including repatriation flights for EU citizens, citizens of the United Kingdom and Schengen travellers, as long as they can demonstrably prove that they are in transit.

    Travellers who have a flight planned from or to these countries between now and April 10 06:00 PM are advised to contact their airlines. Please visit the Dutch ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) for more details.

  • Emergency ordinance

    Starting today, the Municipality of Haarlemmermeer can fine travellers who do not comply with the rules regarding social distancing. Groups of more than 3 people can get fined if they do not comply with the rule of 1,5 metres distance. Families and children are excluded from this measure.

    This also applies to Schiphol, as stated in the emergency ordinance (in Dutch).

  • The Panorama Terrace and Airport Park are closed

    Due to the measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus the Panorama Terrace and Airport Park are closed temporarily.

  • Flights leaving from Schiphol? Head to Departures 2 or 3

    Your journey through Schiphol will be slightly different than you are used to from today on. There are much fewer travellers leaving than usual lately due to the corona pandemic. That’s why we closed security and passport controls in Departures 1, 3 and 4. The check-in desks in Departures 1 are also out of service. Please go to the check-in desks at Departures 2 or 3.

    More information on your journey

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  • Update: pick-up or drop-off at Schiphol

    If you plan to drop someone off or pick them up at Schiphol, please don’t accompany them into the terminal unless it’s absolutely necessary. #staysafe

  • Flights from Austria are suspended

    In addition to passenger flights from Spain, as from last night 23 March there is also a travel ban on passenger flights from Austria. Flights from Austria are suspended until at least 21.00, 6 April. Repatriation flights are exempt from this ruling, including repatriation flights for EU citizens, citizens of the United Kingdom and Schengen travellers, as long as they can demonstrably prove that they are in transit. The transport of medical staff or patients is also exempt from this ruling when this is in the interest of public health in the Netherlands.

    Travellers who have a flight planned from or to Austria between now and 6 April are advised to contact their airlines. Please visit the Dutch ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) for more details.

  • For your own safety and for those around you: please keep 1.5 metres distance

    For your own safety and for those around you: keep 1.5 metres distance from each other. Are you standing in a queue? Please put your baggage in front of you to create space. Ticketing and check-in desks, transfer counters and arrival points are demarcated by barrier tape or stanchion ropes to show 1.5-metres of distance.

    Given a separate baggage belt to each flight, so travellers are spread across the baggage reclaim area. Schiphol has also asked travellers to adhere to the distancing rules in Arrivals. Customs maintains intensive checks on so-called ‘100% control flights’, which arrive at Schiphol from destinations such as the Caribbean. They use special facilities in the baggage basement and baggage reclaim areas for these flights. These facilities were only available on baggage band 22. We have worked hard to spread these processes, so from now these will also be handled on a separate belt for those flights.

    Read more about the measures here.

  • Update: Flights from Spain are suspended

    On 21 March, the Dutch government announced a ban on Spanish passenger flights from landing in the Netherlands until at least 20:00, 4 April. Repatriation flights are exempt from this ruling. Repatriation flights were only for Dutch travellers until Sunday, 23 March. However, repatriation flights now include EU citizens, citizens of the United Kingdom and Schengen travellers, as long as they can demonstratably prove that they are in transit. This ruling may be continued with another form of transport, such as trains. Only travellers in accordance with the WHO and EU health guidelines will be allowed to board the plane, so that they do not pose any risk to the Dutch population. This expanded definition of repatriation flights by the Dutch government will enable other EU travellers to transfer at Schiphol on route to their home countries.

    Travellers who have a flight planned from or to these countries between now and the end of day on 4 April are advised to contact their airlines. Please visit the Dutch ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) for more details.

  • Entry restrictions for non-EU citizens who wish to travel to the Netherlands

    The Dutch government has announced that entry restrictions will be tightened for non-EU citizens who wish to travel to the Netherlands as of 18:00 on Thursday 19 March, 2020. The travel restrictions do not apply to EU citizens (including citizens of the United Kingdom) and their family members, as well as citizens from Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Lichtenstein and their family members, among other exceptions.

    If you plan to travel to the Netherlands in the near future, please click here to see if any of these exceptions apply to your situation.

  • Transavia to temporarily suspend all flights from Monday 23 March

    Transavia is to temporarily suspend all scheduled flights between Monday 23 March and Sunday 5 April. Transavia is experiencing ever more limitations due to the increasing restrictions and new measures introduced by both the Netherlands and the countries that the airline flies to. Transavia will repatriate travellers abroad next Sunday, so that they can return home. If you require more information about your flight with Transavia, please check Transavia’s live corona virus blog or contact them directly.

  • Schiphol to remain open at a heavily reduced capacity

    Schiphol Airport will reduce its operations and focus on core activities that are appropriate given the crisis situation during the coming period. In practical terms, this means that Schiphol will remain open in a heavily reduced capacity for passenger flights that are still arriving and departing, as well as repatriation of Dutch citizens, freight traffic, emergency services and alternative aircraft. What does this mean for travelers? In all probability, from 24th March check-in will then be limited to Departures 2 and part of Departures 3. After the security checks, Lounge 1 and Lounge 2 will be used. Furthermore only the Dand E-Pier will still be in use for passenger flights. The aircraft stands at the other piers are being used as temporary parking spaces for planes that will be grounded for a longer period of time.

  • Information about traveling to Schengen zone for non-EU citizens

    There have been a number of questions asked about whether or not non-EU citizens are able to enter the Schengen zone, whether arriving or transferring at Schiphol. Travellers with a valid boarding pass and a visa (if applicable) are still allowed to do so for the time being.

    The Dutch government is still working out how to implement the EU-level decision to temporarily restrict access to the EU.

    We will communicate about any updates as soon as information becomes available. We advise you to contact your airline or travel company if you are planning to travel or have any further questions.

  • Only travel abroad if necessary

    The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises all Dutch citizens to cease all travel abroad, unless strictly necessary. This is not because of health aspects, but because of the impact that government measures can have on Dutch travelers.

    The Ministry advises: postpone or cancel the trip if possible. If you are abroad, check whether your stay is necessary and if you have options to depart. Please contact your airline or travel company for this.

    More information on consequences that the coronavirus has on travel plans.

  • Is my flight going ahead?

    Many countries have introduced entry restrictions for travellers from countries where the coronavirus has been detected. This means that several countries have banned flights from the Netherlands – including flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. In addition, various airlines and travel organisations have indicated that they will not be travelling to and from Schiphol for the coming period. Developments in this area are changing rapidly. We therefore recommend that you keep an eye on the website of your airline or travel company for information about your flight. For example, our home carrier KLM has put together this page to keep all of its passengers informed about their flights and the coronavirus. If you have any questions about your trip, you can always contact your airline or travel organisation directly.

    For the most up-to-date travel advice per country, you can consult the (Dutch only) website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • Flight landings at Schiphol from risk areas

    Entry restrictions have been introduced by a number of countries which will affect travellers from countries afflicted by the corona virus. For instance, the Dutch government ruled that passenger flights should not land in the Netherlands from a number of countries, including Mainland China (including Hong Kong), Iran, Italy and South Korea. This ruling will be in affect until 18:00 on 27 March at the earliest. In addition, several other countries have introduced bans for travellers arriving on flights from the Netherlands. However, there are some exceptions for empty flights. For example, a flight from China landed at Schiphol last week according to information on – but without passengers. This is due to airlines that want to repatriate crew who were still in the Netherlands to their home countries. There are also empty planes flying from Schiphol to Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao so that Dutch people can return home, for example.

  • Closed food service establishments

    New measures came into effect this evening due to the corona virus. Schools, childcare organisations and food service establishments will temporarily close all over the Netherlands until 6 April. All places that serve food and drink at Schiphol have closed. However, travellers will be able to buy some food and drinks to go and the Grab&Fly kiosks on the piers, which will remain open. An empty water bottle can be brought with you when you travel, which you can fill up at one of the 90 water taps in the terminal.

  • Flights to Morocco and Spain cancelled

    Moroccan authorities have suspended all flights between Morocco and the Netherlands from today (Sunday 15 March) until further notice. Flights from Morocco to the Netherlands will depart until midnight at the latest.

    Spain has increased its travel restrictions, so Ryanair will now run fewer flights to Spain until Thursday at the earliest. EasyJet has cancelled all flights to and from Spain from Tuesday 17 March-Sunday 29 March.

    If you are travelling and want to know more about your flight, please contact your travel organisation or airline in the first instance.

  • Entry ban for Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba

    Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba have introduced a temporary travel ban for flights coming from several countries, including Europe. The temporary ban will take effect on March 14, at 8PM and will last until at least March 27.

  • These airline have cancelled all their flights to/from Schiphol

    A lot of countries have introduced travel restrictions for travellers due to the corona virus. New measures cannot be excluded. The situation for a country or region can change rapidly.

    The following airlines have cancelled their flights in the upcoming weeks to and from Schiphol up until now:

    Do you want to know more about your specific flight? Please always contact your airline for the latest flight information.

  • Latest information on KLM's network changes

    Due to travel restrictions in several countries such as Curacao, Turkey, Italy, mainland China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, India, Argentina and Kuwait, there are changes in KLM's flight schedules. Follow their network updates for more information.

  • Flights from risk countries are suspended

    The Dutch government decided today that passenger flights from risk countries will be suspended. These countries are mainland China (including Hong Kong), Iran, Italy and South Korea. These measures will come into effect from 18:00 tonight until at least Friday 27 March. We advise all travelers who had planned to fly to any of these destinations to contact their airlines.

  • Change or cancel your parking reservation for free

    Schiphol is pleased to offer a helping hand if your travel plans had to unexpectedly change in connection with the corona virus. You can now change or cancel your parking reservation for free for any date up to 31 May 2020. You can log in to change your booking using your parking reservation number and email address.

  • Entry ban for the United States

    The USA will introduce a temporary 30-day travel ban for all travellers who have been in a European Schengen country for the past 14 days, with the exception of American citizens. The temporary ban will take effect overnight between Friday, 13-14 March.

    This measure will affect Schiphol. Schiphol and the airlines are working together to see how this will impact flights to the USA. We will update you as new information becomes available.

  • KLM cancels flights to Venice, Milan and Naples

    Naples has joined Venice and Milan on KLM’s list of temporarily suspended flight destinations, following on from concerns related to the corona virus. Flights to these 3 destinations will not resume until Friday, 3 April. Venice and Milan’s flight suspensions were previously announced last Monday.

  • Italy travel warnings reinforced

    The Dutch ministerie van Buitenlandse zaken (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) has reinforced its travel warnings for Italy. Code red (do not travel) applies to Northern Italy. Code orange (only necessary journeys) applies for the rest of Italy. If you plan to depart for Italy soon, please consult the ministry's website and contact your airline for the most up-to-date information.

  • Airlines cancel flights to northern Italy

    Based on the news from Italy to lock down the northern regions, an increasing amount of airlines considers to cancel or reduce the amount of flights to and from this area. Thus, home carrier KLM let's us know not to fly to Milano and Venice today. Are you planning to fly to Northern Italy? We advise you to always check your airline for the latest information.

  • Italy locks down northern regions

    The Lombardy region of Northern Italy is on lockdown, as well as 14 other central and northern Italian provinces. Anyone living in these regions will need special permission to travel. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has set a more stringent travel advice for northern Italy. Do you have any questions concerning your flight? Please contact your airline for more information if you have any questions concerning your flight.

  • Lufthansa Group plans to reduce flights by up to 50 per cent

    The German airline Lufthansa has decided to reduce their flight capacity by up to 50 per cent in the coming weeks. It seems that this will only affect a small number of flights at Schiphol. If you are due to travel with Lufthansa in the coming weeks and would like to find out whether these developments affect your flight? Please contact the airline.

  • I booked a flight, can I still travel?

    That depends on your destination. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs issues travel advice in four colour codes. If the colour for a country is orange, then travel should be limited to essential trips only. If the colour is red, they advise not to travel there.

  • Traveller in quarantine

    A traveller has tested positive for the corona virus after their arrival at Schiphol Airport. This person is currently being assessed and supervised by the Gezondheidsdienst (Municipal Health Services, or GGD) following nationally-established protocols. The GGD is now mapping who this person has been in contact with. We are following GGD’s advice about the corona virus. At this time, based on GGD’s advice, there is no need for other measures to be taken.

  • First people in the Netherlands affected by Corona virus

    It has now been confirmed that some people in the Netherlands are affected by the virus. Schiphol is keeping a close eye on developments along with local authorities such as the Gezondheidsdienst (Municipal Health Services, or GGD) and Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, or RIVM). We have daily contact with these institutions about the situation and measures currently being taken. We are following their advice and will share it with our colleagues and other parties at the airport. Please note that no new measures are being taken other than those that were previously announced. Schiphol is well-prepared and has developed various scenarios.