Anyone with a valid MVV, or coming from a ‘low risk country’ will be allowed into the Netherlands (all arrivals must quarantine, though)
By Thomas Ansell
The Dutch government’s latest round of Coronavirus restrictions have caused confusion for incoming non-EU citizens: whilst previously the Dutch government said that it was closing its borders for ALL non-EU travellers, it has now clarified that borders are only closed for short trips (up to 90 days).
This means that if you have a current Dutch residence permit, a valid MVV, or are coming to the Netherlands for another reason outlined on the new updated rules page (for example being a diplomat, athlete, working for an International Organisations, and so on) you can still enter the Netherlands.
Everyone coming to the Netherlands must undertake a mandatory quarantine of 10 days. If, after 5 days, you are symptomless and get a (negative) Coronavirus test result, you can end your quarantine.
Some non-EU countries are listed as ‘low risk’ by the Dutch government, and their nationals can continue to come to the Netherlands. These include Iceland, Australia, Japan; New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore; South Korea, Thailand, and China (although this is subject to reciprocity from the Chinese government).
It is highly recommended that you contact the Dutch representative in your home country before travelling to double-check.