In the coming days, the cabinet will review whether the economic support packages are still enough to help entrepreneurs survive.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced this in the press conference about the corona approach.
Hardly any easing was announced in it.
"In the coming days we will review all support measures again," said Rutte during the press conference.
"To see where we can help."
The support measures, such as a wage subsidy and a compensation for fixed costs, have already been expanded before because the lockdown rules remained longer than expected.
During the press conference, Rutte also announced that the larger stores will be able to receive more customers from 27 March.
At stores up to 50 square meters, only two customers are still welcome, but after that, stores are allowed to receive an extra customer per 25 meters, up to a maximum of fifty customers per store.