Trials will be held in all provinces, in various locations across the country. There will be a whole list of activities for the month of April.
Lots of different places
The plans list the places where a pilot can be organized: museums, theaters, sporting venues, monuments, concert halls, casinos, zoos, amusement parks, swimming pools, arcades and sports halls. Business meetings are also organized.
The number of participants per province varies from 45 people in Zeeland to over 3,700 in North Holland per day. The locations must then operate with a “controlled setting”, with time slots and area conscious protocols, for example.
Continuing in May
The tests with access tests aim to “allow the reopening as soon as possible”. “These are still small steps for the month of April,” according to the draft documents. “By practicing carefully now across the country and in all sectors, we will enable a safe and successful large-scale deployment of access testing starting in May.
Depending on the results of the pilot projects across the Netherlands, the measures can be extended more quickly, for example by increasing the number of visitors by ‘max. 30 people ‘can be increased to’ max. 100 persons “. Another goal is to accelerate: some sectors open earlier with the current level of risk. For example, organize a concert at the level of risk, worrying ”. Minister De Jonge previously announced that the country could be opened up further with test certificates.
The plans will be announced soon, possibly next week. Different ministries have already consulted with various municipalities and sectors about the tests.