Events with more than 100 people, such as concerts, sports championships and tourist attractions will remain closed until September 1st in the Netherlands
With social isolation measures To contain the advances of the coronavirus, the Dutch government released a note last Tuesday (21st), a bulletin informing the return of classes in the country from the month of May.
However, the Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte, said that events that bring together more than 100 people, such as concerts, sports championships and tourist attractions will remain closed until September 1st.
In addition, restaurants, bars, museums, theaters, among other places that usually gather a large number of people will remain closed until this date. Only supermarkets and stores that offer essential items will be allowed to remain open.
According to the website of CNN news network, despite the return of school activities, the government also stressed that social distancing measures must be maintained. Anyone who does not respect the rules of staying at least 1.5 meters away from other people can be fined 400 euros.
According to a bulletin released last Tuesday, the 22nd, the Netherlands registered to date 34,134 infected people and 3,916 deaths. In the country, public transport continues to work, but the recommendation is that people use it only if necessary.
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