Those who want to say goodbye to the murdered criminal reporter Peter R. De Vries can do so at the Curry Theater in Amsterdam from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm Wednesday.
De Vries’ funeral will take place next Thursday, but the private ceremony will only welcome friends and family.
“All ceremonies are a challenge, especially when the whole country touches the event,” Hans Bleigerveld, director of funeral services for insurance group Monta, told NPO Radio.
Blijerveld, responsible for both events, said security measures had been taken, but did not go into details. People are being asked to say goodbye to as many people as possible, not to stay long, and to donate to the Tanja Grown Foundation instead of bringing flowers.
According to the organizers, no coronavirus negative test or vaccination proof is required, but a distance of 1.5 meters should be maintained.
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