From next Tuesday, June 8, there will no longer be a curfew on Curaçao. Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath has announced this. Only eleven corona infections have been detected in the past fourteen days. Many Curaçaoans have already been vaccinated. More than 85.000 people have had one shot. That is almost 70 percent of the
In fact, the situation surrounding the coronavirus has "not changed unbelievably much" compared to last week, when the cabinet still shrank from the first relaxation of the measures. "But just enough", says outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who now dares to take the risk. That means good news for catering entrepreneurs, who are after months
Police issued 5554 fines for violating curfews in the past week. Last weekend, the police ended 47 illegal parties. The number of curfews is lower than the week before, when the police issued 6392 fines for non-compliance with the curfew. That fine is 95 euros.
Part of the cabinet will meet in the Catshuis on Sunday to talk to RIVM boss Jaap van Dissel, among others, about the corona approach. According to insiders, there are relaxation on the table, but from the Outbreak Management Team (OMT) there are concerns that these will come too early because the pressure on the
The cabinet wants to reopen the terraces on 21 April and lift the curfew. Sources from The Hague confirm this after a report from RTL Nieuws. These relaxation of the corona measures are still first presented to the Outbreak Management Team (OMT), and also depend on how the infection figures will develop in the coming