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The cabinet wants to bring forward the next relaxation of the corona measures to June 26.

This has been confirmed by insiders after reporting by the



The next step was scheduled for June 30.

Catering establishments may then, for example, remain open longer and receive more guests.

The number of guests would go from fifty to one hundred.

The same would apply to cinemas and theaters.

These are now allowed to receive a maximum of fifty people per room, much to the chagrin of the cultural sector.

The advice rules for home visits are also being further relaxed.

The advice is to receive a maximum of eight visitors at home from June 26.

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The basic rules still apply

The cabinet emphasizes that the basic rules, such as keeping a distance of 1.5 meters, will continue to exist.

You must stay home if you have health problems.

The mask obligation is not yet abolished either, although the caretaker cabinet does want to think about the duration of that obligation.

Initially, these relaxations were only planned for July 21.

But the number of infections and hospital admissions continues to fall sharply.

Outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte and outgoing Minister of Health Hugo de Jonge will give a press conference on Friday.

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