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Strict restrictions have been introduced in the Netherlands

Strict restrictions have been introduced in the Netherlands

On Friday evening, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, announced restrictions on sporting events, shops and public events, among others.

– Severe blows in recent weeks (hitting us). The virus is everywhere, all over the country. . . And for all ages, he said at a news conference.

Bars, restaurants and grocery stores should close at 8pm and non-food outlets should close at 6pm. Sporting events are held without spectators. Residents are encouraged to continue working from home.

Yesterday, 16,300 new cases were reported in the Netherlands.

Not vaccinated? Stay at home

In the next few days, Austria is expected to impose new restrictions on those who have not been vaccinated.

Since Monday, those who have not been vaccinated in the federal states of Salzburg and Upper Austria have been urged to stay at home as the spread of the disease is very high and the vaccine is very low. Austrian President Alexander Shalenberg says the results apply to the entire country.

For example, requirements for a vaccine to go to a hairdresser or restaurant or evidence of a past infection are said to have increased the desire of Austrians for vaccination since it was introduced earlier this week.

As of Sunday, Germany classifies neighboring Austria as a high-risk area.

On Thursday, the German infection control agency RKI reported more than 50,000 new infections – the highest number of days ever during epidemics.

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The AP writes that RKI urges the public to cancel important events and avoid unnecessary contact with others.

“We must do everything we can to prevent the spread of the disease,” said Health Minister Jens Spann on Friday.

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Next week, Vice President Olaf Scholes (SPD) told the German government and representatives of the federal states what steps could be taken to mitigate the serious situation and the spread of the epidemic.