Measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the Netherlands will be relaxed from tomorrow Saturday, despite the record number of new cases, an outbreak of the pandemic attributed to the highly contagious Omicron variant, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced tonight
Non-commodity shops, hairdressers, beauty salons, gyms, sex shops and other service providers will be allowed to reopen under strict conditions and operate until 17:00 (local time) for the first time since mid-December, when the country implemented one of the strictest measures against the pandemic in Europe.
Bars, restaurants, cafes and cultural centers will remain closed until at least January 25, the prime minister said in a press conference.
According to official data in the last 24 hours the country recorded a new negative record with 35,000 Covid-19 infections.
Source From: Capital