Money20/20 Europe is committed to the safety and security of all our customers. We are working closely with the RAI and the local authorities in Amsterdam to ensure that the required Covid-19 safety measures are in place. We will apply the highest standards of cleaning and health protection.
Travel to the Netherlands remains subject to Covid-19 entry requirements, which vary depending on your country of origin and whether you are fully vaccinated. Click here for more information.
We are asking everyone to help ensure that Money20/20 Europe is as safe as possible. To that end, please do not attend if you develop Covid-19 symptoms or have tested positive within the past 11 days.
When you arrive, we will follow the Dutch government’s Covid-19 safety measures. Currently, this means that:
See our FAQ section to learn more about the Covid-19 safety measures we are putting in place to keep everyone safe.
We will continue to review our health & safety protocols as necessary, and will update this page so you know what to expect when you arrive in Amsterdam.
Please find answers to frequently asked questions below. This page will be updated on a regular basis.
Do I need to show a Covid-19 pass to enter Money20/20 Europe?
In line with the current Dutch government and venue regulations, a Covid entry pass is not required to attend Money20/20 Europe.
Will Money20/20 Europe offer COVID-19 testing for attendees?
If you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms, you can get tested free of charge by the Public Health Service of Amsterdam. Click here to find out more.
What if I received my vaccination outside of the European Union?
Please refer to the latest guidance issued by the Dutch government, which can be found here.
Do I need to wear a mask?
Masks are currently not compulsory in the Netherlands, except for on public transport and in shops. If you wish to wear a mask at Money20/20 Europe, you are welcome to do so.
What should I do if I have Covid-19 symptoms or test positive?
You should not attend if you develop Covid-19 symptoms or tested positive within the past 11 days. Please refer to the Dutch government guidelines on self-isolation.
What medical support will be available?
We will have a team of qualified first aiders on site and a separate quarantine area. Please do not attend the show if you are feeling unwell. We will follow the Dutch health authority guidance on detecting and managing anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19.
What safety measures will be in place at RAI Amsterdam?
RAI Amsterdam complies with the recommendations from the Dutch government, which include:
More details are available on the RAI Amsterdam website.