14th Oct: New measures for Amsterdam’s Red Light district & Holland

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  1. Full list of all coronavirus restrictions as of Oct. 13-

    The Netherlands introduced a host of social restrictions on Tuesday, advancing on several sets of rules which failed to slow the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the country. The new regulations were revealed during a 75-minute press conference with Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Health Minister Hugo de Jonge.

    From Sunday through Tuesday, data from the public health agency RIVM revealed 20,611 new infections. That three day period represents over two thousand more infections than the entire month of August. The total number of Covid-19 patients in Dutch hospitals on Tuesday was also 10 times higher than on September 7.

    Rutte said the new restrictions were "the hammer with which we want to beat the virus," adding that in order to be effective, the hammer "must be large enough." Below follows a list of rules put in place by the Dutch government with effect from 10 p.m. on Wednesday, which will be assessed after two weeks with the likelihood they remain for four weeks in total.

    Groups

    A maximum of three guests per day per home

    No more than 30 people in indoor areas where people are seated

    Outside of a home, whether indoors or outdoors, groups may consist of no more than four people from mixed households

    Non-Medical Face Mask Obligation

    Face masks are to be worn in public indoor spaces (this is a lie, there is NO obligation to do this) and on public transportation by everyone over the age of 12 .

    High school, vocational school, and higher education students are to wear masks in school facilities not including classrooms

    Daily Life

    Work from home "unless there is no other option"

    All food and beverage locations must close their doors except for takeaway customers. The exceptions to this are hotels serving their guests, funeral homes, and businesses in airports beyond security checkpoints

    Businesses that serve food or drinks in addition to providing other services must close their catering areas

    Retailers must close by 8 p.m. every night, except for supermarkets and gas station stores. Retailers may be closed if found not in compliance with protocols

    Alcohol sales and soft drug sales is forbidden between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m., including delivered items

    Consuming alcohol or soft drugs in public is forbidden from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m.

    All events are outlawed except for food markets, trade shows, conferences, movie screenings, theatrical performances, sporting events, and protests or other demonstrations

    Cultural locations including museums, libraries and other places where people move through a facility may remain open for guests who make a reservation

    Sports and Working Out for Adults, 18 and Over

    Sports participation is only permitted at a distance of 1.5 meters

    Groups of more than four people are not allowed, including teams

    Competitions are forbidden

    Sports canteens, showers and changing rooms are closed

    Exceptions are made for high level athletes at top-tier facilities

    Football players in the Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie, and the staff in their teams' bubbles

    Sports and Working Out for Minors, Under 18

    Team trainings are permitted without a 1.5 meter distance

    Competitions are forbidden except between teams in the same club

    Sports canteens, showers and changing rooms are closed

    Travel

    "Travel as little as possible"

    Travelers should remain at their holiday accommodation as much as possible

    Day trips should be severely limited

    Avoid crowds

    Follow the advice from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and adhere to Code Red, Code Orange and Code Yellow travel warnings

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