The new procedures are in effect from today until November 19:
Professional sports can continue, but starting tonight, without an audience
• Suspension of all amateur matches
Youth matches (under 18 years old) can be held
• Indoor sports can be subject to social distancing, and children under 12 years old can also come into contact with sports
Swimming pools remain open
The maximum occupancy for higher education halls is 20%, and in the early years 50%
• Events can continue as long as there is 1.5 meters between the bubbles and the masks are worn
Attendance is limited to 200 people, and no more people will be present until November 19. But the ambition is to allow more fans to come after that
• No more drinks possible
• Outdoor activities are mandatory for those aged 12+, with a mandatory mouth mask
• Overnight stays are not permitted, with the exception of school holidays for 12-year-olds. This overnight stay is also possible for the age group of 12-14 years, as long as it concerns at least 4 nights
Amusement parks and zoos:
Theme parks will be closed, but zoos may remain open. Although the interior areas in those zoos are closed
• Public transport capacity has been “improved” during rush hour to avoid congestion on buses and trams
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The previous set of measures is still valid
The measures announced by the advisory committee last week are still in effect. We list it for you again below:
• everybody Cafes in restaurants It should be closed for four weeks from Monday. Takeaway is still possible until 10pm. The procedure will be evaluated after two weeks. Prime Minister Alexandre de Crowe said there will be an intensified support package for the affected cases.
• There will also be one nationwide starting Monday ClotheFrom midnight until five in the morning. No one is allowed to go outside. Additionally, there will also be a ban on selling alcohol after 8 PM.
• Also the number Close contacts Significantly. From now on, everyone outside of their family may have what is called a “cuddle contact”. In addition, each family can accommodate four people at home every two weeks, as long as the social distance there is guaranteed.
• Distance working Mandatory starting Monday “as far as possible,” apparently. But the continuity of business operations should not be compromised. ” Making remote work mandatory will reduce, among other things, the pressure on public transportation. When telecommuting is not possible, “everything needs to be done so that employees can do it in a safe way,” says Prime Minister De Crowe.
• Christmas markets and flea markets It shouldn’t happen. “Sad as it is, but the Christmas markets are calling the virus to wander,” he said. Markets and small fairs will remain open, but consumption of food and drink will be prohibited.
Of course, the basic rules also continue to apply:
• Hold One and a half meters away. If this is not possible, then you wear a mouth mask, as in stores, on the bus, on the tram or train and also in the streets and squares where it is very crowded.
• Reducing close contacts And organize activities abroad as much as possible.
• regularly cleaning hands And use the tissue only one time.