Testing for Admission pilot: get your tickets now
As long as the coronavirus is not yet under control, testing can help to make more possible step by step. The government wants to use testing in order to make social activities possible in a safer way sooner. Before tests can be used in this way, research is needed. That is why the government is first doing pilots with tests for access to events. ITA is also happy to participate.
On 16, 17 and 18 April 2021, for example, we will take part in the pilot Testen voor Toegang (Testing for Admission) with two performances. In order to gain access to the try-outs of The Hours (16, 17, 18 April) or Piano Works Debussy (17, 18 April), -|-every visitor with an admission ticket must be tested within 40 hours before the start of the performance in question. An appointment can be scheduled via https://www.testenvoortoegang.nl/ (In Dutch only).
Please note: only test results scheduled via Testen voor Toegang (Testing for Admission) will be accepted for admission to the try-outs of The Hours
and Piano Works Debussy. The e-mail you receive from Testen voor Toegang (Testing for Admission) with your negative test result contains a unique code. In the CoronaCheck app you convert this code into a digital test certificate.
About Testen voor Toegang (Testing for Admission)
Toegang voor Testen (Testing for Admission) platform is a platform of the Stichting Open Nederland (Open Netherlands Foundation). The goal of the foundation is to contribute to the reopening of social life in the Netherlands. The government determines which social events are allowed to reopen as of when and under which conditions. You can read more info from the Rijksoverheid about testing for access to social events here. For more info on Testing for Admission, please visit https://www.testenvoortoegang.nl/ (In Dutch only).