Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Health Minister Hugo de Jongge will hold a press conference on Friday night to outline the latest changes in coronavirus control that will take effect on June 5.
Relaxation of rules for museums, theaters, cinemas, bars and restaurants is the third step in the government’s five-step plan to reopen society as vaccination limits the spread of the virus.
The official list of “Third Stage” plans includes allowing ordinary households to have four visitors instead of two, and increasing the options for indoor sports. Ministers will also announce that the restaurant can accommodate up to 30 guests indoors and will extend business hours from 8 pm to 10 pm.
The first phase of the five-stage plan took place on April 28th and the second stage took place on May 19th.
The press conference was broadcast live on TV, and DutchNews.nl Live Tweet Announcements are made each time.
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Tonight’s press conference: Museum reopens, bar open longer
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