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Hofvijver en Binnenhof Den Haag

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

5 November 2020

On 3 november the Dutch Government has announced extra measures for the coming weeks to control the spread of the coronavirus. The Netherlands will enter a partial lockdown for a period of six weeks in an attempt to reduce the impact on the healthcare sector, so that care unrelated to coronavirus and Covid-19 can continue.

From 4 november onwards:

  • For the most part, all events will be forbidden. Those necessary ones that still are allowed to continue should be with a maximum of 30 people per room and at a distance of 1.5 meters in dedicated corona safe spaces. 
  • Cafes and restaurants are closed including the terraces and the coffee shops, but takeaway points are allowed. 
  • Read more about the Dutch measures here