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Update - COVID - 19
On Tuesday, Amsterdam and Rotterdam are putting up signs to inform residents and visitors where face masks will be mandatory from Wednesday. The obligation to wear a mask applies to everyone aged 13 or older in both municipalities. Free non-medical masks will be handed out in affected areas during crowded periods.
This year’s budget day will be stripped of its traditional pageantry, with the king’s glass coach tour through the streets of The Hague and appearance on the balcony of Noordeinde palace cancelled because of coronavirus restrictions.
The Corona Check app of the OLVG hospital in Amsterdam is now available for the whole of the Netherlands. In the app, people can enter medical data and report how they feel. If this results in a suspicious image and it is thought that someone could be infected with the coronavirus, a doctor will contact the user of the app.
DutchNews.nl: We’ve collected our main articles about coronavirus in the Netherlands into one place, to make it easier for you to find the information you need.
DutchNews.nl: The Dutch foreign ministry is recommending that people only travel outside the Netherlands if it is strictly necessary, and has issued a code orange warning for all foreign countries.
DutchNews.nl: The Netherlands is currently in a state of semi-lockdown in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. On Sunday the government announced a string of new measures, including the closure of schools and daycare centres to all but the children of essential workers. Here are the answers to some of the new questions you may have:
DutchNews.nl: The Netherlands is adopting a strategy of ‘maximum control’ to deal with the spread of coronavirus, prime minister Mark Rutte said in a televised speech to the nation on Monday evening.