Coronavirus South Limburg (COVID-19)
Here we post up-to-date information about the coronavirus in South Limburg.
For more information (in Dutch) visit the website of the South Limburg Regional Health Service (GGD).
For information in English, visit the website of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).
Where to go for further information
General questions about the coronavirus
Visit the central government website or the website of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. On these websites, you will find an overview of frequently asked questions. If you do not find an answer to your question, call the central government public information number on 0800-1351.
Complaints? Stay at home, call 0800-1202 and make an appointment for a test
Do you have complaints such as a cold, cough or a fever? If so, stay at home and call 0800-1202 to make an appointment for a test.
The South Limburg Municipal Health Service (GGD) has set up several test centres for this purpose in South Limburg. The telephone line is open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Health-related questions about a situation in South Limburg
Do you have any other questions about coronavirus and your health? If so, visit the website of the South Limburg GGD (www.ggdzl.nl) or call their information line on
+31 (0)20 - 880 50 05. The telephone line is open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If you are an entrepreneur, chair of an association or board member of an institution
If you have a specific coronavirus-related question about your company, association or institution, contact the municipality in which your company, association or institution is located. They know the local and regional arrangements and rules and can therefore best answer your question.
Other questions about coronavirus in relation to South Limburg
Contact the call centre of the South Limburg Security Region: tel. +31 (0)251-260960.
Telephone number +31 (0)88-1688565
Overview of current measures
Click on the image below to enlarge or download the overview of the current measures taken (PDF).
03-11-20: Temporary tightening of partial lockdown
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