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Will restaurants in the Netherlands open on January 17?

Earlier this week, restaurants, bars and cafes across 50 cities in the Netherlands announced to open doors for customers on January 17 defying the...

No fireworks this New Year in the Netherlands

The year will not end the usual way in the Netherlands this time. The Dutch government last week announced a one-off ban on traditional...

Utrecht Municipality funds 3 million Euro to Utrecht’s cultural and heritage sector

Utrecht’s cultural and heritage sector has received 3 million Euros as an emergency fund from the Utrecht Municipality. According to many institutions, they have...

Types of corona virus tests: All you need to know

The corona virus testing capacity has sufficiently expanded in the Netherlands. Thanks to rapid testing and large and extra-large (XL) locations. The Dutch government recently...

10,000 corona virus tests per day to begin soon in Utrecht

To reduce waiting time and increase testing capacity in the Netherlands, the Cabinet last week announced plans to significantly expand the testing options for...

Coronavirus cases rising in Utrecht: All you need to know

The graph of coronavirus cases in the Netherlands is going up at a very fast rate. According to the latest data released by health...

U-OV and Syntus suspend night buses until further notice

The government recently announced additional measures to combat the corona virus as cases rise across the country. As part of these measures, hospitality establishments...

Utrecht venues exempt from 30 person limit

Corona times have certainly been hard on us all. While daily life looks a lot different, there is still entertainment and culture to be...

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One million euros for Dutch research on Corona

With the new lockdown in place we are, perhaps, all looking for some reassurance. At the moment, COVID-19 is unpredictable. And that is challenging....

Leidsche Rijn project is creating hope for housing crisis in Utrecht

Housing shortage in Utrecht and in the Netherlands has always been a topic spoken about. This crisis particularly affects students, young people, and the...

Mass self-screening: Could it bring the pandemic to an end?

The Netherlands entered 2021 under partial lockdown. With the earliest end-date (19th of January) in sight, discussions begin. The government is trying to find...

Black owned businesses: Why more now?

In light of the various race equality movements that have taken place all over the world, more questions are being raised about the racial...

The (slightly) bright side of 2020

Now, 2020 is past. But, it is the year that will be stamped in our brains and memories for years to come. The year...