An accessible website is easy to use for all target groups. Therefore under the Digital Accessibility of Government (Temporary Provisions) Decree government websites must meet the accessibility requirements laid down in accessibility standard EN 301 549/WCAG 2.1 and publish an accessibility statement in which they account for the accessibility requirements.
This statement can be drawn up only after a thorough assessment by a designated office. Because this website is still under development, and both technical and editorial aspects will change, we expect it to take several months before we are be able to publish this statement.
We ensure good accessibility by incorporating the following measures in our processes:
Accessibility by design: accessibility is the guiding principle for all steps in our website’s design, construction and editing process.
Research: independent specialists regularly test the website’s accessibility from a functional, technical and editorial point of view. Durable solutions are found for any issues identified.
Staff knowledge: our staff keep their knowledge on accessibility up to date and apply it where necessary.
Reporting accessibility problems
If you have any questions or comments, contact email@example.com.
The quarantine declaration form works as follows
If you travel to the Netherlands from or by way of a very high-risk area, you must complete a quarantine declaration form before entering the country.
Once you have completed the form you will receive digital confirmation of this. Save this confirmation.
Have it somewhere accessible during your journey so you can show it when asked.
Once you arrive in the Netherlands, you must self-quarantine immediately, unless you meet the conditions for exemption.
The quarantine declaration is required for all means of transport.