Your Safety – Our Priority
We look forward to welcoming you to TechEx Europe 2021 at the RAI in Amsterdam.
Your safety, and that of all our exhibitors, partners, visitors, suppliers and staff is our number one priority.
To ensure peace of mind and to maximise safety we have created some straight-forward additional measures that we respectfully ask all attendees to comply with.
This page was last updated on the 3rd November 2021
We cannot wait to welcome you to TechEx Europe 2021! Each day you will need three things to get into the show:
- Your ticket or badge (These will be sent via email 2 weeks before the conference)
- Valid ID-card
- Proof of vaccination, a valid negative COVID test or valid proof of recovery.
A valid corona entry pass is used to gain entry to an event. This means a person is either fully
vaccinated, has a valid negative Covid test or valid proof of recovery. The most commonly used
corona entry pass is the EU Digital Covid Certificate (DCC). Paper proof of a EU or WHO approved
full vaccination, valid negative test (within 24 hours before entry) and valid proof of recovery are also
- Health check: at the entrance, we will ask you five health questions.
Travelling from outside the EU / Schengen
Fully vaccinated travellers from countries outside the EU / Schengen, including travellers from a (very) high-risk area (e.g. the UK and US), need five things for travelling to the Netherlands as per September 22:
2. Health Declaration Form – Only for travellers by plane. All travellers aged 13 or older who are flying from and to the Netherlands must carry a health declaration. Please click here for the instructions and documents.
3. Proof of vaccination and vaccine declaration form
There are travel restrictions for travellers from (very) high-risk areas to the Netherlands. However, if you are fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine, you are exempt from the EU travel ban and welcome in the Netherlands without having to quarantine upon arrival. It is important to bring a proof of vaccination and vaccine declaration form to the event, so you can be exempted from the travel restrictions.
4. Negative COVID test
To enter the Netherlands from a (very) high-risk area, a traveller needs either a negative PCR test result from less than 48 hours before departure or a negative antigen test result from less than 24 hours before.
5. Quarantine Declaration Form – Only for travellers from a (very) high risk area
The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to all travellers. However, a traveller from a (very) high risk area does need to complete a quarantine declaration form, which can be printed and must be taken during travelling.Instructions Quarantine Declaration Form: please tick the box that indicates that you fall into an exemption category. In the exemption category box, you can write “Significant contribution to Dutch economy” and in the supporting document box “Proof of vaccination”. Nothing else is required in section 2 or 3.
Travelling from within the EU / Schengen
Fully vaccinated travellers from countries within the EU / Schengen, designated as a (very) high-risk area, need three things for travelling to the Netherlands as per September 22:
- Health Declaration Form – Only for travellers by plane
All travellers aged 13 or older who are flying from and to the Netherlands must carry a health declaration. Please click here for the instructions and documents.
3. Proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test result
You need to show proof of vaccination with an approved vaccine, proof of recovery or a negative test result (this includes the Digital COVID Certificate) if you are travelling from a (very) high risk country/region in the EU/Schengen. Travellers within the EU who can show proof of vaccination or proof of recovery, don’t need to show a negative NAAT or antigen test result. Please click here for more information.