The Netherlands has established quarantine for visitors from Ukraine and a number of other countries
The Dutch authorities are introducing a two-week self-isolation for citizens returning from countries where a large number of COVID-19 infections have been reported, including Ukraine.
Source: Ukrinform with reference to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
Literally, the Foreign Ministry said: "Due to the high risk of spreading the coronavirus, the government is calling for a 14-day quarantine after arriving in the Netherlands from a country that has an orange or red code."
Details: Relevant recommendations have been prepared by the ministry for each country.
Ukraine is on the list of countries from which a two-week quarantine is mandatory.
The Dutch Foreign Ministry emphasizes that quarantine is mandatory, including for those who do not have any symptoms of COVID-19.