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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Restaurants, cafes and bars open in Netherlands as part of anti-lockdown protest

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Restaurants, cafes and bars open in Netherlands as part of anti-lockdown protest
Restaurants, cafes and bars open in Netherlands as part of anti-lockdown protest

Open-air terraces of restaurants, cafes and bars opened in Breda as seen here on March 2 and across the Netherlands as part of anti-lockdown protests.

Open-air terraces of restaurants, cafes and bars opened in Breda as seen here on March 2 and across the Netherlands as part of anti-lockdown protests.

People are seen outside enjoying their drinks or food served by the local restaurant despite the lockdown measure imposed by the Dutch government due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic to close and work partly.

Owners of these shops are asking the government to open immediately the open-air areas.

The initiative was supported by Forum for Democracy political party (in Dutch Forum voor Democratie FvD ).

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