As a result of the Catshuis deliberation on additional corona measures, no decisions have yet been made, but a scenario is being seriously looked at in which the catering industry, non-essential shops, ‘flow-through locations’ and the cultural sector between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. have to close in the morning. Insiders report to the NOS that this should start on Saturday morning.
According to sources, the scenario that no sector-wide closures will be introduced, but that many shops and organizations have to close between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m., is calculated by RIVM. It is still unclear what effects are expected.
Furthermore, sources say it is plausible that the schools will remain open, but they emphasize that no decision has yet been made on this either. In recent days, it has been extensively about whether or not to close education, because many infections are registered in children. The NOS previously reported that the Outbreak Management Team has advised to keep all education open.
Tomorrow the most involved ministers will discuss the extra measures. There will also be a digital consultation with the mayors in the Security Council at 09.30 am, it sounds.
Cabinet is heading for closures between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m., no decision yet
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