The Dutch government has announced a further tightening to contain the new surge in infections from Covid
Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced that he will come partial lockdown tightened with the curfew for bars, restaurants and shops.
The Netherlands thus strengthens the partial lockdown already decided to curb the peak of cases of contagion from Covid-19, and intensifies it with an anticipated closure of bars, restaurants and shops. From Sunday “all the Netherlands will actually be closed between 5pm and 5am“in the morning, the premier explained during a press conference Mark Rutte, while dozens of demonstrators demonstrated in The Hague.
The one that will start in Holland from Sunday 28 November is just one of the measures to contain the infections announced at the press conference. Essential goods stores, such as supermarkets and pharmacies, will remain open until 8pm. Amateur sports will no longer be allowed between 5 and 5 pm distance of 1.5 meters it will be mandatory for everyone aged 18 and over.