Just saw this. Does anyone have real life experience doing this? These requirements would stop me from having to test everyday while I'm in the Netherlands.
Here's what I gather Non EU /US visitors need to do:
When you arrive in Amsterdam, go to the Coronavirus Entry Pass Desk outside and to the left of Amsterdam Central Station
Present your passport and official proof of vaccination.
If approved, you will be given a vaccination approval code that is good for 14 days.
OK, that seems simple enough
,but then step 2 says:
Get a Corona Virus test, If you are negative, you will be sent a retrieval code
Then enter the retrieval code in the coronaCheck app
Then you are good for 14 days. And I guess you just show that QR code at museums and restaurants.
Any clarifications? Real- life experience with this? What am I missing? Looks like I have to test ONCE and then if negative, I am good for 14 days.
If this is true, I am looking forward to not having to test everyday while I am in the Netherlands.