Partial lockdown is triggered in the Netherlands

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Partial lockdown is triggered in the Netherlands







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AGI – Nei Netherlands a partial lockdown will be triggered from tomorrow to stem the increase in coronavirus infections. The Prime Minister announced at a press conference, Mark Rutte, after the country has registered over 7,000 new infections in the last 24 hours.

In detail, from 10 in the morning all bars, restaurants and coffee shops will close and the sale of alcohol and cannabis will be prohibited from 20 to 7. Gatherings of more than 4 people will be prohibited, both outside and inside the house.

Amateur sports matches and public performances, such as concerts, will be prohibited. Employees will need to work from home unless the job makes it impossible. In public places, such as museums and supermarkets, there will be a mask requirement for people over the age of 13. For now, the schools will remain open.

“It will hurt but it is the only solution, we have to be more rigid”, said Rutte.

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