Briefing about the coronavirus: follow it live


28 september 2020

MPs will receive a technical briefing about the corona virus on Tuesday 29 September from 12.30 p.m. The House of Representatives may hold a plenary meeting later this week about the developments surrounding the corona virus. A decision will be taken during the work schedule, which starts at 3.45 pm. You can follow the briefing live via this site and the Debate Direct app.

MPs regularly receive a technical briefing about the corona virus

Technical briefing: update coronavirus

The Health, Welfare and Sport Committee (VWS) will hold a technical briefing from 12.30 to 15.00. MPs will receive an update from experts on the latest developments in the fight against the corona virus. The briefing will be provided by Jaap van Dissel, director of infectious disease control at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), and Ernst Kuipers, chairman of the National Acute Care Network (LNAZ).

What happens in a technical briefing?

In a technical briefing, officials from a ministry or representatives of the Court of Audit, advisory boards or research institutions explain the technical aspects of a particular file. After this explanation, MPs are given the opportunity to ask questions. These questions are not politically oriented, but on the facts. A briefing can be public or private, depending on the topic.

Follow live

  • Follow the briefing from 12.30 pm via the livestream on this website or the Debat Direct app. Also view the accompanying documents.
  • Follow the work schedule from 3.45 pm via the live stream on this website or the Debat Direct app.

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