the first day of summer in the Netherlands will open cafes, bars and restaurants, theatres and cinemas, and museums. They must be strictly observed rules of social distancing: people must be at a distance of five feet from each other, with the exception of members of one family. Indoors in restaurants, cafes and bars can is not more than 30 people. On the terraces in these institutions will be able to accommodate an unlimited number of people subject to the distance of half a meter. In this way, customers will be able to get to cafes and restaurants subject to prior reservation with indication of your data that will allow the administration to check if some of the visitors those who are infected with coronavirus, or quarantined. Upon entering the restaurant visitors will be asked to participate in latrines for washing hands.
Theatres, cinemas and concert halls will be allowed to take no more than 30 spectators in the room subject to social distancing and a half meters. From 1 June in full mode in the Netherlands will operate for public transport, the passengers will be able to enter the lounge only when there are masks.
Earlier, the authorities announced that educational institutions in the Netherlands can resume its work in may, but the opening was postponed. Now middle schools should begin working from June 2, elementary school – from 8 June, and colleges and universities will resume on June 15. In all educational institutions must be respected by the norms of social distancing, and the audience can be no more than 10 people.
According to Rutte, if the country does not happen the new wave of the pandemic, from 1 July, will open amusement parks, campgrounds, and will be allowed weddings and a funeral with the participation of over 100 people. Later must resume the saunas, gyms, fitness centers.