Restaurants to stay closed as Dutch relax Covid restrictions — RT World News

Other businesses will be opening for the first time since strict orders were imposed in December

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced that the country will be easing back on some of its tough Covid restrictions, despite a growing number of infections and amid protests from those businesses that have to remain closed.

Non-essential businesses such as gyms, and hair and beauty salons will be able to open until 5pm from Saturday onwards, Rutte announced in a press…

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