Efficient and reliable testing is vital in preventing the spread of coronavirus. Identifying cases, especially in the early stages, allows individuals to isolate and reduce the chance of passing it on.
The Coronavirus may be subsiding in Europe, but its social effects still linger. In the Netherlands, home to some of the world’s best clubs and festivals, this is felt no stronger than on the dancefloor.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, many things are surely not the same as they have been before it. There is volatility in the markets, unemployment, rampant myths, and a general sense of unease about this being the “new normal”.
May 11 saw the Netherlands emerge from its seven-week “intelligent lockdown” caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
The Netherlands has been in an intelligent lockdown for about 7 weeks now due to the novel Coronavirus. On Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced new Coronavirus measures which indicate the lockdown which has slowed the Dutch economy may be coming to an end.
With all the chaos and pandemonium in the world, you may have found yourself with loads of free time. Since the Netherlands started its “intelligent lockdown,” you’ve probably re-organized your bookshelves, DVDs, and sock drawer by color. Twice.
Interesting times we are living in, but we don’t need to tell you that! The Coronavirus (COVID-19) seems to be everywhere, bringing typical levels of alarm across the world. Much of this is valid, rooted in medical fact. Unfortunately, there are a lot of myths circulating as well.