A curfew applies throughout the Netherlands from Saturday 23 January. This means that everyone has to stay indoors between 9 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. Check the website of the government for exemptions and other specifics about the curfew.
Rules for everyday life
Rules for shopping and entertainment
Click & collect
From February 10, people can order and collect items from shops.
There are strict rules for this:
Rules for sports
Rules for travel
People who come to the Netherlands must have 2 negative corona tests:
Rules for schools
There is emergency shelter for children of parents with a crucial profession. For example if the parents work in a hospital. Or be a teacher.
The Haarlem Convention Bureau has made a video series to show the MICE industry some examples of local entrepreneurs and their safety measures. View the videos below.
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Interview Boutique hotel Staats
Claudia van den Berg of Boutiquehotel Staats indicates that their meeting facilities and 21 hotel rooms have recently been booked more often by business visitors: 'For example, there are companies that want to bring their employees together again after all those video calls and working from home in order to get unite the useful with the pleasant. "
Watch the video in which Claudia talks about business meetings in the 1.5-meter economy and her vision for the future.
Interview Vooges Centraal
In addition to Vooges Centraal (behind the train station in Haarlem), Rolf Vooges also operates a beach pavilion in Zandvoort and knows, partly because of the changeable Dutch weather, what flexible entrepreneurship is: "Running or standing still. But I have never experienced to completely stand still in our operations". Now that Vooges is back in business within the 1.5 meter economy, he is doing it with a lot of enthusiasm. Vooges is ready to welcoming guests again.
Watch the video in which Rolf talks about business meetings in the 1.5 meter economy and his vision for the future.
Interview Van der Valk Hotel Haarlem
After an enormous renovation, Niels Piscaer of Van der Valk Hotel Haarlem was completely ready to welcoming the business guest. But then COVID-19 happened. The conference hotel of Haarlem is very spacious with 20 meeting rooms, optionally in combination with 314 hotel rooms and 378 seats in the restaurant. Therefore they can welcoming their guests again in a safe way.
Watch the video in which Niels talks about business meetings in the 1.5-meter economy and his vision for the future.
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