As per 25 September the 1.5-metre distance obligation is no longer effective. Instead you now need a coronavirus entry pass to visit crowded venues like restaurants, pubs, events, (pop) theatres and cinemas.
Basic rules for everyone
It remains necessary to observe the following basic rules:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Cough and sneeze in your elbow
- Any complaints? Stay indoors and arrange a test.
- Ensure you get sufficient fresh air
- Allow each other enough space
- Work from home if you can. And in the office when needed.
Rules for going out
- You need a coronavirus entry pass to go to restaurants, pubs, cinemas, theatres and events
- A coronavirus entry pass is not required on outdoor terraces
- Restaurants and pubs close between 0.00 and 6.00 hrs
Is it difficult for you to get a coronavirus entry pass? For instance because you do not have a smartphone or internet? In that case, Delft voor Elkaar is ready to help. Just go to a district contact point for instance, or call on the Formulierenbrigade at walk-in hours. It is not necessary to make an appointment.
You may get a corona wristband from 2 city centre locations. If you carry such a wristband you get access to various pubs, restaurants and other venues for a day. Of course you can also show the QR-code on your mobile together with your ID.
Adjusted opening hours and services
Due to the coronavirus, the municipality has limited its opening hours and services. The city office at Stationsplein will remain open as usual, but not on Friday evenings.
Please be aware that it can take longer to reach us by phone. It can also take longer to receive a response from us on Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp.
- Information about coronavirus (website Dutch government)
- Dutch vaccination programma (website Dutch government)
- Information in other languages
- Information for students (website TU Delft)
- Information for internationals (Website The Hague International Centre)
Residents with questions can call the national information line: 0800 1351.