The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, apologizes for easing coronary restrictions.
During the day, Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron also commented on the relaxed restrictions in their respective countries – where infection rates are now increasing.
“Only vaccinated people are allowed to go to restaurants,” Macron announced.
The infection spread again Holland After, among other things, the nightlife was opened to the general public three weeks ago.
Today, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands asked, Mark Rutte, apologizing for the easing of coronary restrictions in the country, writes the BBC. The inscriptions he then described as a “logical step”.
On Saturday, more than 10,000 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the Netherlands – the highest number since December.
“A mistake in judgment,” Rutte calls the decision to reopen society. Restrictions on restaurants, clubs and bars were reimposed this weekend.
Great Britain: Now the responsibility rests with the individual
During the day, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also commented on the risks of the now relaxed restrictions. He wrote that he is urging Britons to be “extremely vigilant” when the country issues anti-epidemic laws next Monday financial times.
The responsibility now rests with individuals and companies, says Johnson, who doesn’t believe it’s the state’s pandemic laws that should form the basis for the situation to continue.
At the same time, the spread of infection in the country is increasing and the number of infected people is approaching 100,000 every day.
Despite the laws being repealed, Johnson says the British people are still expected to take responsibility for, for example, wearing face masks on public transport and in crowds. But it will not be the law that you should have.
France: Only vaccinated people can go to the restaurant
President Emmanuel Macron said in an address to the nation on Monday that all health workers in France are now receiving vaccination orders. He writes that the reason for this is that the spread of infection is increasing in France as well ABC.
In the same speech, Macron said that those who wish to visit a restaurant or mall, travel by plane, travel by train or visit a hospital must provide a negative coronavirus test or proof that they are fully vaccinated.
In France, the country is just beginning to open up, at the same time that the delta variant is driving up infection rates. This concern led to the issuance of the new regulations and Macron’s request for vaccinations.
In Greece and Italy too, it is essential that healthcare professionals get vaccinated if they want to continue working.
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