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Date: 2022/01/19 File Size: 561.14 MB
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The Netherlands lifts partly the lockdown measures

The Netherlands partly lifts the lockdown measures from 15 of January after the 4 week long lockdown with non essential shops opening with limited working hours, universities and gyms as well, with reduced capacity but cafes, bars and restaurants still remain closed, an action that finds many shop owners agaisnt. Footage show daily life in the Nieuwendijk shopping street in central Amsterdam with more thane 200 shops while people pass in front of the closed stores and restaurants, Damrak, Dam Square, the Canals, Amsterdam Centraal railway station, NEMO museum, Saint Nicholas Cathedral and the city center. Locals and a few tourists at the quiet streets of Amsterdam during the lockdown in the Dutch capital city with stores and shops appearing closed with the roller metal shutter down, cafes, bars and restaurants also closed with tables and chairs of the terraces packed and locked. The Netherlands was the first European nation to declare full lockdown to fight the new Omicron variant that surges. After a sudden government order before Christmas, the country closed all the nonessential shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, gyms, schools, sports venues, cultural places and others for 4 weeks in order to fight and prevent the spread of the Omicron mutation of Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic until at least January 14.

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