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RapidTest COVID-19- PCR Test Schiphol & Bunnik – Which tests am I obliged to take in the following countries?

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🇩🇪 Germany Obligated  Possible More info
🇧🇪 Belgium Obligated Not Possible More info
🇫🇷 France Obligated Not Possible More info
🇬🇧 England Obligated Not Possible More info
🇪🇸 Spain Obligated Not Possible More info
🇦🇹 Austria Obligated Not Possible More info

Rapid PCR Test Schiphol & Bunnik

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  • Including proof of the negative test in Dutch and English (suitable for travelling abroad)
  • Testuitslag the same day
    – PCR test between 07:00 – 11:00: Result at 15:00 (the same day)
    – PCR test between 11:05 – 14:30: Result at 19:00 (the same day)
  • Test takes 5 minutes on average
  • You can stay within your car during the test
  • Official Covid-19 test approved by the Dutch Government and used by the GGD (Dutch Health Organisation)

PCR Test Schiphol & Bunnik

149

  • Including proof of the negative test in Dutch and English (suitable for travelling abroad)
  • Testresult the next day between 15:00 – 17:00
  • Test takes 5 minutes on average
  • You can stay within your car during the test
  • Official Covid-19 test approved by the Dutch Government and used by the GGD (Dutch Health Organisation)

Rapidtest Schiphol & Bunnik

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  • Test takes 5 minutes on average
  • You receive the testresult within 15-60 minutes through email
  • Official Covid-19 test approved by the Dutch Government and used by the GGD (Dutch Health Organisation)
  • Test will be executed by a BIG registered doctor. (MD Doctor)
  • Nasal – done with a long cotton swab

COVID-19

About the Corona Virus

Read important information about the Corona Virus below.
  • Have you been in contact with someone who has the Corona Virus?Take a test and stay alert to any symptoms familiar with the Corona Virus that you might experience
  • Which precautions should I take?It’s essential that you keep your distance from other people and regularly wash your hands with water and soap.
  • I have symptoms, what should I do now?Make an appointment to get tested. A speed test is often sufficient as a first indication.

Are you ill?

Help fight the Coronavirus

To get the Netherlands Corona free, you must adhere to safety precautions. Keep an eye out for each other.
  • Stay at home if it’s not necessary to go outside
  • Pay close attention to yourself and your surroundings
  • Be extra aware of any symptoms you might experience
  • If you experience symptoms, immediately contact your GP
  • Take good care of yourself if you have a cold
  • Cover your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Avoid sharing personal household items

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is an infectious disease that’s caused by the Corona Virus SARS-CoV-2. This disease can cause serious respiratory issues and, in serious cases, severe breathing problems. The virus is spread through little droplets from coughing or sneezing. Because these droplets are released into the air, other people can breathe in these droplets and get infected with the virus.

How does the coronavirus spread?

You can get sick if you become infected with SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), which is the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease. Your body defends itself against the virus in various ways, for example, through your skin, which forms a wall around your body that is impenetrable for many pathogens. Additionally, there are several other defenses that a pathogen must pass before you can get sick—the immune system, for example. One virus particle is therefore rarely enough to make you sick. In most cases, you have to come into contact with a large number of virus particles before you get sick.

How do I prevent getting COVID-19?

Work from home as much as you can. Respect the 1.5 meters of distance and wash your hands regularly. Also, make sure that you sneeze and cough in your elbow and use paper tissues.

What are the symptoms?

The most common symptoms:

  • fever
  • dry cough
  • fatigue

Less common symptoms:

  • pain in the body
  • sore throat
  • diarrhea
  • conjunctivitis
  • headache
  • impaired taste or smell
  • rash or discoloration of the fingers or toes

Severe Symptoms:

  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • pain or pressure in the chest
  • impaired speech or movement ability

How do you protect yourself against COVID-19?

  1. Work from home as much as you
  2. Keep 1,5 meters distance
  3. Wash your hands regularly
  4. Sneeze and cough in your elbow
  5. Use paper towels

How do you prepare yourself for COVID-19?

Make sure that you eat healthy and wholesome foods with the right vitamins. Also, consider using supplements because they possibly protect you a little more against the Corona Virus.

How do I prevent getting COVID-19?

Stay home as much as possible and don’t go outside if it’s not necessary. By creating your own bubble, you significantly decrease the risk of contracting or spreading the Corona Virus.

Which rules do I have to follow?

Adhere to all regulations as prescribed by the GGD (Dutch Health Organization) and Dutch Government. Take immediate action if you experience symptoms.

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