Sky high thinkers

Welcome to the Libryo blog

close
Welcome to Libryo’s Sky high thinkers blog, where thoughts on legaltech, sustainability, law, compliance and technology converge. Filter by topic or popular reads and share your thoughts with us and others. If you have a topic that you’d like to see covered, drop us an email: info@libryo.com

Stay in the know by receiving monthly email updates directly into your inbox.

Netherlands COVID-19 Regulation Updates

Written by Vicky Daley
on April 15, 2020

Important update: From 1st December 2020, Libryo stopped updating this blog and it is no longer live. Check out Libryo’s solution which helps you keep track of the latest updates specific to your operations, from COVID-19 regulation to EHS law. Learn more here.

Libryo was using its regulatory tracking technology to keep this live blog of new law relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic. Any new updates provided highlights of the legislation, key publication information and dates as well as links to the sources.


 

Live updates of COVID-19 regulations for the

Netherlands

Netherlands

Click here to see COVID-19 updates for other countries.

 

Last Updated: Friday 27 November 2020

Wet van 28 oktober 2020, houdende Tijdelijke bepalingen in verband met maatregelen ter bestrijding van de epidemie van covid-19 voor de langere termijn (Tijdelijke wet maatregelen covid-19) [Law of 28 October 2020, containing Temporary Provisions in connection with measures to combat the epidemic of Covid-19 for the longer term (Temporary Act on Measures Covid-19)]

Highlight:

The Minister of Justice and Security has in response to the COVID-19 pandemic published an Act to amend the Public Health Act to provide for safe distancing and other rules of conduct.

----

download

Gazette Number: 2020, 441

Notice Number: 441

Publication Date: 13 November 2020

Source: https://zoek.officielebekendmakingen.nl/stb-2020-441.html

Copyright: © 2020 Government of Netherlands. All rights reserved 


Last Updated: Friday 8 May 2020

Fiscale tegemoetkomingen naar aanleiding van de coronacrisis; (Besluit noodmaatregelen coronacrisis) [Tax allowances in response to the corona crisis; (Decree on emergency measures for the corona crisis)]

Highlight:

The State Secretary for Finance has published a decree which implements tax measures in response to the coronavirus crisis and replaces a decree of the same name on which you were previously notified.

----

download

Gazette Number: 26066

Publication Date: 8 May 2020

Effective Date: 8 May 2020

Source: https://www.officielebekendmakingen.nl/stcrt-2020-26066.html

Copyright: © 2020 Government of Netherlands. All rights reserved 


Last Updated: Monday 27 April 2020

Fiscale tegemoetkomingen naar aanleiding van de coronacrisis; (Besluit noodmaatregelen coronacrisis) [Tax allowances in response to the corona crisis; (Decree on emergency measures for the corona crisis)]

Highlight:

The State Secretary for Finance has published a Decree that implements tax measures in response to the coronavirus crisis

----

download

Gazette Number: 22293

Notice Number: 2020-6767

Publication Date: 24 April 2020

Effective Date: 24 April 2020

Source: https://zoek.officielebekendmakingen.nl/stcrt-2020-23814.html

Copyright: © 2020 Government of Netherlands. All rights reserved 


Last Updated: Wednesday 8 April 2020

Regeling van de Minister van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid van 31 maart 2020, 2020-0000046630, tot vaststelling van een tijdelijke subsidieregeling tot tegemoetkoming in de loonkosten teneinde de werkgelegenheid onder buitengewone omstandigheden te behouden (Tijdelijke noodmaatregel overbrugging voor behoud van werkgelegenheid) [Regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment of 31 March 2020, 2020-0000046630, establishing a temporary subsidy scheme for compensation of labor costs in order to preserve employment under exceptional circumstances (Temporary emergency measure bridging to preserve employment)]

Highlight:

The Minister of Social Affairs and Employment has published the Regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment of 31 March 2020, 2020-0000046630, establishing a temporary subsidy scheme for compensation of labor costs in order to preserve employment under exceptional circumstances (Temporary emergency measure bridging to preserve employment) (the "Regulation").

The Regulation terminates the exemption from the prohibition of short-time working and introduces the Temporary Emergency Measure Bridging to Retain Employment (NOW) which:

-aims to make it possible, in times of acute and severe decline in the turnover of at least 20% employers, to keep employees employed as much as possible for the hours they worked before the serious fall occurred
-allows employers to receive a grant to pay labor costs through a subsidy for the wage costs of certain categories of employee
-allows temporary employment agencies to submit an application to keep their temporary employees employed

----

download

Published in terms of Wet op de loonbelasting 1964 [Wage Tax Act 1964]

Gazette Number: 2020, 19874

Publication Date: 1 April 2020

Effective Date: 1 April 2020

Source: https://zoek.officielebekendmakingen.nl/uitgebreidzoeken

Copyright: © 2020 Government of Netherlands. All rights reserved 


 

We'd love to know what you thought about this post.

Add your comment below.

You may also like:

Legal compliance Legaltech Regtech Libryo news Sustainability governance Law as a Service

ESG meets EHS, now what?

This is the second post in a three-part series, where the co-founders of Libryo share their stories and perspectives on ...

Legal compliance Legaltech Regtech Libryo news Sustainability governance Law as a Service

A B C D E S G

In this series, the three co-founders of Libryo (the legal and other requirements data company), will be briefly sharing...

Legal compliance Legaltech Regtech Libryo news Sustainability governance Law as a Service

Why we’ve rebranded Libryo Turks to Libryo Collaborate

You might be reading this wondering what Libryo Turks is? Well, you’re certainly not alone, so let’s start there. We’ll ...