EDE The cabinet announced new, stricter measures on Monday to counter the second corona wave. Most measures took effect on Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. and will in principle last three weeks.
From that moment on, the advice is officially to travel as little as possible and to work from home as much as possible. From now on, catering establishments must close at 10 p.m. and turn on the lights at 9 p.m. The group size for indoor spaces is limited to thirty, for outdoor locations it is a maximum of 40. There are a number of exceptions such as demonstrations, cultural institutions, zoos and companies. Households are only allowed to receive three guests at home, aged 13 and older, and an audience is no longer admitted to all sports matches of professionals and amateurs, including professional football.
In stores in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague, customers are advised to wear mouth masks and retailers should again implement a door policy to ensure that people keep 1.5 meters away. From then on, a registration requirement also applies to all so-called contact professions. For example, hairdressers, just like catering establishments, must ask their customers to leave contact details.
ALWAYS MORE ‘ALARM BELLS’ The map below shows the number of registered infections per hundred thousand inhabitants on the previous day. The figures are broken down by municipality. The color scale – from blue to red – is determined on the basis of the signal value. This is currently 7 in 100,000 inhabitants. This means that from this value the number of infections may increase too fast to contain the virus. A signal value functions as an ‘alarm bell’ to look at the situation with urgency. This value may change over time.
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