Employers’ organization VNO-NCW has urged the government to relax the 1.5-meter social distancing rule in a place that is accessible to a limited number of people if the coronavirus test is negative.
“Many experiments will be done this month using the fast coronavirus test,” Chairman Ingrid Thijssen said in an interview with Telegraaf. “So, starting next month, let’s leave the 1.5-meter rule behind us. After all, doing so is a matter of daring.
The government approved a series of events in April. It is open to a limited number of people who have a negative coronavirus test. These include museums, soccer games, zoos and the Keukenhof flower garden.
Ministers are also working on plans to allow Cafe Terrace to reopen if infection rates continue to decline.
Thijssen said fast tests aren’t 100% waterproof, but they have to take some risks. “What do you really get if you introduce a mass test for your students, but only allow 20% to attend the lecture?” She said.
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