The rules for the first coronavirus have been relaxed: this is what you can do today

Prejudice does not pay rent. Sex workers protest that they are not allowed to practice. Photo: ANP HH / Peter Hilz

Some of the most stringent coronavirus measures in the Netherlands have been mitigated since Wednesday. Here’s an update of what you can do today.

Non-grocery stores, which have been closed since mid-December, can be reopened and serviced by appointment. Reservations must be made at least 4 hours prior to the visit and up to 2 guests are allowed per floor.

Each booking is at least 10 minutes and requires no more than 6 bookings per hour. The shop can also offer a click-and-collect pickup service.

“Contact” occupation
Hairdressers, nail bars and massage studios can be reopened by appointment and offer both wear masks. We will also ask about your health condition.

The driving instructor can also start the lesson and the actual driving test will resume.

However, sex work remains on the ban list, with several sex workers protesting The Hague on Tuesday. Sex workers are also largely excluded from government support.

Young people up to the age of 26 can participate in outdoor team training again, but not in competitions.

The indoor sports center and gym remain closed. People over the age of 26 can participate in outdoor sports in which only one other person participates.

There are no changes to the rules announced on January 22nd. This includes all flights from all of the United Kingdom, South Africa and South America will be suspended until at least March 4th.

Anyone who travels to the Netherlands by boat or plane from a high-risk area should obtain rapid test results within 4 hours of the trip, in addition to the PCR test. You also need to be in quarantine for 10 days on arrival, but you can take the test 5 days later.

The government continues to advise all international travel through March unless there is a very compelling job or family reason. See the government website for official travel advice.

General blockade measurementes
The curfew and the remaining blockade rules will be enforced until March 15. The Cabinet will decide what to do next on March 8.

RIVM of the Institute for Public Health said in a weekly update on Tuesday that the number of new infections is increasing again. The increase in infectious diseases is concentrated in the population under the age of 20, with a 25% increase in recorded cases.

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The rules for the first coronavirus have been relaxed: this is what you can do today

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