Dutch PM Rutte says schools, restaurants to stay shut till April 28
AMSTERDAM Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said in Tuesday all of schools, restaurants, and fitness centers would keep on being closed until at least April 28, and he urged the world to continue for you to respect all of measures shown help countertop the coronavirus outbreak.
Rutte’s government with March 12-15 had instructed schools closed down until April 6. A ban on public gatherings was strengthened the other day and extensive until June.
“Even after April 28 it will be a while before we get back to normal, don’t make plans for the May holidays, ” Rutte instructed a announcement conference in The Hague, at which he in addition urged people to adhere to cultural distancing policies.