King’s visit to Germany under discussion after advice RKI | Inland

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King Willem-Alexander wears a mouth mask during a visit to a corona test street of the GGD and Eurofins, at the Alrijne hospital in Leiden.

King Willem-Alexander wears a mouth mask during a visit to a corona test street of the GGD and Eurofins, at the Alrijne hospital in Leiden.

THE HAGUE – The intended visit of King Willem-Alexander to Germany is in doubt. This is because the German federal Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the equivalent of the Dutch RIVM, has declared the provinces of South and North Holland to be a risk area due to the increased number of new corona infections. When asked, the Government Information Service announced on Wednesday evening that the German “advice is known, but that it is not possible to respond in substance.”

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