Food and beverage outlets in the Netherlands may no longer receive new visitors from Tuesday after 9 p.m. In addition, they must close the doors at 10 p.m. This was announced on Monday during the press conference of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health).
This was decided because of the increasing number of contamination clusters in the catering industry. According to Rutte, it is important to avoid “alcoholic contact moments” because this is important in this phase of the corona crisis.
Groups in the catering industry may consist of a maximum of four people. There is only an exception for households, says Rutte. A maximum of 40 visitors may sit on the terrace. Inside, a maximum of thirty people applies.
The Dutch are also asked not to move a group from, for example, a café to a home after 10 p.m. According to the prime minister, this is “extremely unwise”. He also repeats that there will be enforcement in case of nuisance.
Takeaways must close by 2:00 AM and are no longer allowed to sell alcohol after 10 PM. The new measures for food and beverage outlets will apply for at least three weeks.
Measure does not apply to parts of airports
The catering top, as the new measure is called, does not apply to the catering industry on the airside from airports. These are parts of the airport that are only accessible to passengers and flight crew.
The previously announced rules continue to apply. For example, visitors are still asked to leave their contact details and everyone gets a permanent seat. It is also important that groups in the catering industry keep a distance of 1.5 meters from each other.
The press conference was announced Monday morning due to the rapid increase in the number of corona infections in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague in particular.
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