The Dutch diplomatic network in the United States remains active during the ongoing pandemic even though the buildings may be closed or staffed for limited hours with a skeleton crew.
One way to keep connected with the network is by participating in a webinar organized by or with embassy or consulate staff. You can find a list of webinars here.
If you have any questions about the coronavirus in the Netherlands, please see this link. Questions related to consular services (such as passports or legal documents) should be directed to the 24/7 Contact Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
To learn more about other activities of the embassy and consulates general during the pandemic, see below.
Embassy, Washington, D.C.
- DutchCultureUSA: The Dutch-American arts and cultural relationships have blossomed over the years, but we now temporarily live in a new reality. International cultural exchange has come to a halt to ensure the safety of all involved during the coronavirus pandemic. Do not hesitate to reach out with any questions through our website, Facebook, or Twitter.
- Communications: Keep in touch with consulate staff through Twitter, LinkedIn, or email.
- See what the Consulate General in San Francisco is doing during the pandemic.