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The Dutch national government has extended its recommendation to avoid travelling abroad until 15 May. However, some relaxation of the rules has also been announced for, for example, business travellers, students and highly skilled migrants who want to travel to the Netherlands from outside the EU. From now, they can travel to the Netherlands again, but there are strict rules for testing and quarantine. The full information on the regulations will be updated on the relevant government website.
Though the UT policy on travel for work and study remains unchanged for now, this may help new staff members and students who would like to travel to Enschede.
Students and staff who study and work at the UT and live in Germany may travel to and from the University under the "small border traffic arrangement.”