Even when the number of infections started to rise slightly, in July, the government should have imposed stricter measures. Moreover, the current tightening of the rules does not go far enough. That’s what the Red Team says.
Two of this group of twelve experts will speak in the Lower House on Wednesday. “The Netherlands has done very well in the first months,” says Wim Schellekens, former chief inspector of the Health Care Inspectorate, in the Telegraph. “But after three months they were fed up, they came back from vacation and they went crazy. The result: we will be in big trouble in September. ”
The government should have intervened already with the first doubling of the number of infections. Back then, local measures could still have worked. “This prevents it from becoming a national problem. It is exactly what Germany does better than the Netherlands ”, says mathematician Bert Slagter. There, measures were taken in case of small outbreaks. “In July, the virus also revived locally. But we did nothing. Apparently responding to local outbreaks has not worked well. ”
According to Slagter, with the current numbers of infections, it is impossible to relax the measures again in three weeks.
Bron (nen): The Telegraph
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