Coronavirus in the Netherlands: what you require to know (January 25)

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The Netherlands will take it easy most of the remaining coronavirus principles from Wednesday January 26 at 5am. Here’s what you need to have to know.

The 1.5 metre social distancing rule remains, as does the suggestion to get the job done at house and to get no a lot more than 4 attendees in excess of the age of 13 a day.

Folks are also suggested to avoid close get hold of with the elderly or people today with very poor wellbeing.

Out and about

Masks remain a lawful necessity in indoor areas, but not when seated in cafes, cinemas and the theatre. Masks are also encouraged in occupied spots outdoors.

All areas, like cafes, bars, theatres, zoos and amusement parks, can open their doors from 5am to 10pm.

A coronavirus pass (3G) is required from the age of 13 for indoor spaces, including cafes, dining places, theatres and concert halls, zoos, saunas and casinos.

A coronavirus pass is essential for the about-17s at sports activities spots.

At indoor areas with set seating, capability is minimal to 1,250 and men and women ought to be seated 1.5 metres apart.

At outdoor areas, these kinds of as soccer stadiums, a person 3rd of the seats can be stuffed, spread in the course of the site.

Festivals devoid of set seating are not but an possibility.

Quarantine

Kids who have no signs but have been in close get in touch with with a person who has coronavirus do not have to quarantine.

The very same applies to older people who have a short while ago experienced a booster shot or coronavirus less than eight weeks in the past.

People who have signs or symptoms should remain property and do a self-test. If that proves beneficial, you should make an appointment for a PCR exam at your regional overall health board.

What is upcoming

The new scenario will apply for 6 months but will be reassessed on March 8.

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