Netherlands enters second 5-week lockout amid rising coronavirus cases

Netherlands enters second 5-week lockout amid rising coronavirus cases

The Netherlands will make a tough entry The second lockdown For at least five weeks, the country’s prime minister has made the announcement.

Homes are requested to welcome more than two visitors over the age of 13 from Tuesday, however, exceptions will be made for around three days. Christmas When they can welcome three.

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Empty tables await customers of ‘Tea Blue Thuheus’ or Blue Tea-House on Monday, December 14, 2020 at Amsterdam’s Wondalpark. (AP Photo / Peter Dejong)

In a rare televised address, marked by the sound of protesters beating humans and utensils outside their office fees, Mark Rutte told the nation: “The Netherlands is closing. We realize the gravity of our decisions before Christmas.”

The Netherlands is the European country to announce that it will take strict measures during the festive period following the addition of the warning. Germany Previously announced similar sanctions.

People in the Netherlands are advised to stay at home, not travel to work and avoid contact with others as long as possible.

On Monday, December 14, 2020, shopkeepers in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, descend from Culverstraat.  (AP Photo / Peter Dejong)

On Monday, December 14, 2020, shopkeepers in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, descend from Culverstraat. (AP Photo / Peter Dejong)

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All public places – daycare centers, gyms, museums, zoos, cinemas, hairdressers and beauty salons – will be closed until January 19.

Schools will also be closed until January 18.

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