Relaxation, delta, forth wave – how is the current situation, what are the current Corona regulations?
How about curfews, lock-downs, open gastronomy, contact-restrictions? What do the measures mean for crossing from one country to another? Find your answers with the following links that all directly refer to the area of the Euregio Meuse-Rhine:
Information without borders
Click for info on Covid-19 for your region:
Suggestions for lockdowns
Learn about some best practices that can keep spirits high in these challenging times. Here are some suggestions for you:
- Join our digital events and online community. From online visits to Europe’s largest Japanese garden to quizzes, Spouse Network and workshops on working in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine – let’s get in touch and let’s stay in touch.
- Now is a great time to invest yourself in language learning – we collected some of the best methods and resources for improving your German, French or Dutch.
- Some cities feature events that can be carried out at a safe social distance. Being able to enter another country by bicycle or on foot makes these activities especially appealing in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. Get inspiration by our quick portraits of cities and places.
- Find our collection of multilingual media and follow the local broadcasters, in English or the national language(s).
Take a deep dive and inform yourself on what this region can offer to you or your partner and learn about cultures and people (section on intercultural learning). You are welcome to make use of the free consultation offers in your region.
Stay apart - and stay together (17.12.2020)
GrenzInfoPunkte/GrensInfoPunt provides personal advice and information on corona regulations for cross-border commuters. Find, among others details on the conditions under which to cross the border (DE/NL).
Data across borders
What is the statistical risk for infection in the municipalities and districts along the German-Dutch border and within the respective countries and federal states?