There are enough Dutch restaurants, more and more people are opening up as a demonstration

There are enough Dutch restaurants, more and more people are opening up as a demonstration

Many Dutch cities are resisting the government’s strict epidemiological restrictions, which are again sensitively affecting catering providers.

The government has decided to close non-vital stores, including restaurants, due to the pandemic. However, in the Netherlands, which has a relatively good vaccination rate, the restrictions are now sufficient and have been rejected in several places.

There were many shops in Bussum where you could sit down for a coffee as a demonstration. And in the middle of Sittard, several caterers rejected regulations, and there was a place that said, “Yes, we’re open because we really have!”.

like that NL Times I also mentioned that Belgian stores have benefited greatly from the fact that while everything in the Netherlands is closed, shopping in Belgium is free and entry to catering establishments.

“Belgian stores are making an additional 30 percent profit due to the Dutch closings, which we all lost. This is unacceptable”

said an angry Dutch shopkeeper.

Shops and restaurants that are closing due to the emergence of the omicron variant can no longer afford this loss of revenue, so it will likely try to sustain itself with protests of this kind. Many are joining her, and the news has already come from Amsterdam and Eindhoven.

Municipalities have not imposed fines on these places yet, and many hope the warning will suffice. The nervousness of the Dutch is shown by the fact that many violent demonstrations have been organized against the country since the lifting of restrictions.

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