Corso Zundert goes to great lengths to make sure your visit to our event will pass in a safe and pleasant way. With regard to the Corona virus we follow the existing RIVM guidelines. On this page we try to answer most questions that matter to you.
While making travelling plans, take into account the national measures of the country where you reside. When you visit Corso Zundert obviously the Dutch RIVM measures prevail.
The information on this page was last updated on August 28, 2021 at 9.03 am.
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Questions and answers Corso Zundert and Corona
Do I need a negative test result, proof of recovery or vaccination certificate to attend the corso exhibition?
It is not necessary to have a corona ticket. On the grounds, a distance of 1.5 metres between households, other visitors and volunteers of Corso Zundert must be maintained at all times.
Should I get tested at the entrance?
No, it is not necessary. Of course, you can always take a self-test at home prior to your visit. These are available at the drugstore or supermarket.
What if I fall ill or get physical complaints during Corso?
In that case you’ll have to go home as soon as possible and have yourself tested.
Will Corso become part of testing to be admitted?
No, the exhibition is not part of ‘testing for entry’. If you are a corsobuilder and want to work in the corso weekend, you will have to be able to show a corona proof (negative test result, proof of recovery or vaccination proof).
Do I need the Corona Check-app to visit Corso?
No, it is not necessary. On the grounds, a distance of 1.5 meters will be maintained at all times between households, other visitors and volunteers of Corso Zundert.
Does Corso do a health check at the entrance or beforehand?
If you have complaints you may not visit our event. Therefore, we may ask at the entrance if you have any corona-related complaints. If this is not the case, you may visit our exhibition. If not, you must go home and do a test at the GGD.
Will extra hygiene measures be taken?
Yes, the grounds, tables and chairs are cleaned extra well. At the toilets it is possible to wash your hands. We also ensure that at the entrances and toilets disinfectant gel can be used.
Is contactless payment possible during the exhibition and at the Corso desk?
Yes, that is possible.
During Corso, do I have to keep 1,5 m distance towards other households/visitors?
On the grounds, a distance of 1.5 meters between households, other visitors and volunteers of Corso Zundert must be maintained at all times.
What do I do if I have health complaints on Corso Day?
You have to follow the RIVM guidelines that apply at that time.
Can I get my entrance ticket money back if Corso should not go through because of corona?
Already purchased entrance and grandstand tickets for the cancelled “driving event” will be refunded as soon as possible. Refunding takes place at the latest on September 10. People who have bought tickets at the Corso counter will be approached separately by Corso Zundert.
Can I pass on my entrance ticket if I can’t go myself?
No, the entrance tickets for the exhibition are not freely transferable. They are registered with the name of the visitors. We need to be able to trace which visitors have been on the exhibition grounds in connection with possible source and contact research by the GGD.
Can my ticket be converted to a ticket for 2022, if Corso should not go through?
Yes, if the whole event is canceled, money will be refunded. Converting to a ticket for 2022 is not possible.
I was tested positive and am not allowed to go. Do I get my money back?
No, we only refund money if the whole event is canceled. How annoying this may be for you and whatever the reason may be: there is no refund when you cannot or may not come to our event.
I was tested positive but I already had Corona. Can I visit Corso yet?
You have to follow the RIVM guidelines that apply at that moment.
I have to go into quarantine because I got in touch with an infected person. Can I visit Corso then?
You have to follow the RIVM guidelines that apply at that moment.
What happens to my ticket when the event should be moved or canceled?
If the whole event is canceled money will be refunded. Moving our event is not possible.
Will there be grandstands?
No, there will be no parade and no grandstands this year.
Can I get my grandstand ticket money back if Corso should not go through because of corona?
Yes, if the whole event is canceled, money will be refunded.
How many people do you allow in during the exhibition of the corso?
On the exhibition grounds, a distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained at all times with walking routes. This means that only a limited number of visitors can enter in a time block.
Will Corso still be accessible for people with a handicap?
Yes, the exhibition area is fully paved and accessible to people with wheelchairs.
Are there walking routes during Corso?
Within the 15-minute time block, visitors can enter the exhibition area through one of three entrances. The entrances will be at Oranjeplein, Beekzicht and Molenstraat. The visitor has approximately 2 hours time to enjoy all the beautiful things Corso Zundert has to offer by means of walking routes.
Can the toilets be used during Corso?
Yes there will be plenty of toilets on the exhibition grounds as in previous years.
Is wearing a mouth mask compulsory during Corso?
It is not mandatory to wear a mouth mask while visiting the exhibition. The exhibition takes place entirely in the open air with 1.5 meters distance.
Can I disinfect my hands while visiting Corso?
Disinfectant gel can be used at the entrances and restrooms. In addition, you can wash your hands with soap at the restrooms.
How is my ticket checked?
Ticket check is completely digital. You can show the barcode on your tickets on your phone to the checkpoint. There the code will be scanned and with a valid entrance ticket you will be admitted to the event.
Can I get my money back if Corso should not go through owing to bad weather?
By canceling the whole event money will be paid back.
Will Corso festival continue this year?
This year’s corso festival cannot take place due to the corona measures in place.