New measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus will take effect in the Netherlands on October 14, Interfax reports.
Citizens will be obliged to use protective masks in public places, and no more than three guests can be received per day.
Bars and cafes will also be closed, which will only be able to work "take-away". The hotels remain open, catering will remain there.
Note that the Netherlands recorded the world's first death of a person after re-infection with coronavirus.
Over 181 thousand people are infected with the coronavirus in the country. More than 6.5 thousand of them died. On October 13, 7393 new cases of the disease were registered in the Netherlands, which is 549 more than on October 12.
Earlier it was reported that restrictive measures are being reintroduced in European countries due to the increase in the incidence of COVID-19. So, from October 1, the emergency mode due to the coronavirus began to operate in Slovakia, in the Czech Republic, similar measures came into force on October 5. The Italian government plans to extend the emergency regime imposed by the pandemic until January 31, 2021.
On September 22, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that additional restrictions for six months were being introduced against the background of the increase in the incidence of coronavirus in the country.