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Yes. January 31 would be day 1 and February 9 would be day 10. Your quarantine obligation no longer exists on February 10. The government has an official website concerning travel and quarantine measures according to your travel plan/history at https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/, including the possibility to shorten the quarantine with an ...


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This answer will focus only on transiting through Frankfurt. The Ministry of the Interior has a handy FAQ list that includes the question whether transit through Germany is permitted: Transit through Germany to travel to another EU member state or another Schengen member state Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state or ...


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Varies too much from country to country for us to give a blanket answer. As for the Netherlands, you're in fact allowed to visit, being an EU citizen. However, regardless of whether you seek to visit or just transit, you'd need a max 72 hours old PCR test, as well as a max 4 hours old rapid PCR/Antigen/LAMP test. As for Germany, it's the same: EU citizens ...


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I guess if you never leave airside then there's no problem but what if you want to sleep en route? Can you enter as a citizen of an EU/Schengen country? Typically yes, you can check on https://reopen.europa.eu/ and https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php (e.g., IATA confirms that you can transit via Germany since you come from Canada, but some other ...


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