NORTH HOLLAND – The government’s press conference will take a few more hours, but media partner NOS has now published a list of measures that are expected to be announced tonight, based on insiders. For example, it seems that the catering industry must close its doors earlier, and that supporters will be banned from sports competitions. Non-essential trips to Amsterdam, in addition to The Hague and Rotterdam, one of the largest corona fires in the country, are (with some exceptions) discouraged.
In addition to the measures mentioned above, teleworking will be more strictly enforced, it is expected. Companies that do too little to protect their employees should in the worst case be temporarily locked up.
The catering industry should close its doors at 10 p.m. In a large part of the country, including the regions Zaanstreek-Waterland, Amsterdam-Amstelland and ‘t Gooi and Kennemerland, the catering industry must now close no later than 1.00 am and no one may be admitted from midnight.
The ban on spectators at sports matches may apply to professional and amateur matches.
Anyone who visits the hairdresser, physiotherapist or other contact profession seems to have to register. This should make source and contact research more accessible for the GGD. This requirement already applies to the catering industry, where visitors must leave contact details.
When shopping, the use of a disinfected shopping cart would be mandatory, in order to easily keep control over the number of people present in the supermarket.
New measures also seem to be announced for the private sphere. For example, the maximum group size (for indoor and outdoor use) would be limited, and the advice on the maximum number of people to be received at home also appears to be adjusted.
The measures are expected to take effect tomorrow evening at 6 p.m.
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