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As of Saturday, 6 November, it is mandatory to show a valid coronavirus entry pass to visit the garden, glasshouses and the Hortus Grand Café.

The use of a coronavirus entry pass reduces the chance that the virus can circulate here. By only admitting people who have recovered, been vaccinated or tested, the risk of infection is considerably reduced for all visitors. The coronavirus entry pass does not rule out the possibility of infection. It ensures that everyone can come together as safely as possible. In addition, the use of the coronavirus entry pass helps to keep most locations open at maximum capacity.

For more information on the coronavirus entry pass, please visit the website of the central government.

Photo: Cunie Sleijpen.

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