According to Dutch media reports on the evening of the 21st local time, the Dutch Parliament held an eight-hour hearing and debate on the national curfew proposed by the caretaker cabinet on the same day, and finally approved the anti-epidemic plan, but adjusted the implementation time.
The Dutch Parliament agreed to impose a curfew from January 23 local time.
The daily curfew will be from 21:00 that night to 4:30 a.m. the next day, compared with the Cabinet’s proposal to start at 20:30 a.m. every night.
However, the cabinet has said that it will respect the adjustments made by Congress.
In order to avoid the arrival of the third group of coronavirus, the Dutch caretaker cabinet proposed on January 20 to increase curfews on the basis of a “hard blockade” nationwide after a long period of consideration.
Under the plan, the curfew will last until at least February 10 this year.
Dutch Prime Minister Lütte stressed at a press conference on the 20th that during the curfew, people are not allowed to go out except for special circumstances such as work, and violators will be fined 95 euros.