Restriction free summers, lockdown winters in Cabinet's long-term Covid plan: report
The Cabinet asked experts to prepare a long-term plan on living with the coronavirus, sources told De Telegraaf. Summers will largely be restriction-free, but coronavirus measures will continue to apply in autumn and winter. More lockdowns are not ruled out, according to the newspaper's sources.
The government will expect maximum creativity from schools, catering establishments, theaters, sports clubs, travel agencies, retailers, and event organizers. Everyone will have to make adaptions.
Officials are gathering plans for the coronavirus plan this week, De Telegraaf wrote. Covid-19 is here to stay and society will have to adjust to living with it, the Cabinet believes, according to the newspaper.