But bars, restaurants, theatres, cinemas and ski resort lifts remain shut. Coronavirus: Amsterdam trials 'Covid-safe' restaurant. The Netherlands is to tackle the spread of coronavirus by closing all schools, sex shops and cannabis cafes, but bike shops will remain open. THE HAGUE (AFP) - Dutch restaurants, cafes and museums can reopen with restrictions from June 1 as anti-coronavirus measures ease, but sex clubs … COVID-19 / Coronavirus in Amsterdam. On this blog page we hope to give you all the actual information we can find on coronavirus in Amsterdam & The Netherlands.. Here's a summary of the global impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, officially specified as COVID-19, on festivals, clubs, promoters and the electronic music scene at large.Find ways to help the community and resources for artists and promoters here. However, ministers hope to be able to say more about the festive season by December 8. ... From 1 June, Dutch bars can reopen their terraces with restrictions in place. Several popular sex clubs in Amsterdam's "Red Light" district closes their doors in response to a rapidly expanding coronavirus outbreak, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, March 15, 2020. The tougher coronavirus measures imposed two weeks ago – such as the closure of museums and swimming pools – will be lifted again on Wednesday at midnight and are likely to be in operation until mid December. Although restaurants, cafes and bars can reopen from 1 June, with limits on numbers, regional authorities can interpret national legislation. AMSTERDAM’S red light district has reopened after the coronavirus lockdown - and business is already booming. The city's famous brothels aren't entirely back to … Up in smoke: Coronavirus closures hit Dutch coffeeshops Trade at Amsterdam’s famed weed-selling coffeeshops suddenly went up in smoke Sunday night … In addition we published some links to the websites of official resources of the City of Amsterdam and the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) for the most updated information. Here’s an update of the coronavirus regulations as they will apply from Thursday. A nationwide curfew is in force between 20:00 and 06:00 - it will be lifted for Christmas Eve but not on New Year's Eve. Amsterdam’s famed red light district has reopened after a long coronavirus shutdown, with sex workers and clients having to observe new rules to prevent infection. All of that stopped on March 15, when the Netherlands introduced lockdown measures to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, barring tourists from entering, closing bars … After-school clubs, daycare centres and schools are open for the children of essential workers – which is quite a long list – basically anyone involved in healthcare, the emergency services, education, utility and waste companies, the entire food chain, public service and support services like IT and cleaning.