US News Coronavirus: The Netherlands make the wearing of a mask compulsory

18:55  01 december  2020
18:55  01 december  2020 Source:   bfmtv.com

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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-NETHERLANDS-MASKS: Coronavirus: The Netherlands makes the wearing of the mask compulsory


AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A law making the wearing of masks compulsory to slow the spread of the coronavirus came into force on Tuesday in the Netherlands, illustrating the ongoing turnaround in the country's policy on the 'epidemic.

Health officials said the toll of new infections fell to 33,949 for the week ending December 1, a slight drop from the 36,931 cases reported the week before.

The wearing of a compulsory mask in public buildings, including schools, supermarkets and restaurants, will be imposed for an initial period of three months. Offenders may be fined up to 95 euros.

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"Some people wear masks , some people don't. It makes the whole thing absurd. I think it's a bit of a placebo." Last week the eastern state of Saxony became the first to make mask - wearing compulsory . It is also compulsory in Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, for shoppers and

While the Netherlands has been subject to "partial containment" measures since October 13, the Dutch government has not recommended the public use of fabric masks outside of public transport from March to September, following thus the advice of the National Institute of Health (RIVM).

As early as June, the World Health Organization had yet started to recommend their use in public places when social distancing was insufficient.

RIVM chief Jaap van Dissel then countered that there was no convincing scientific evidence of the masks' effectiveness, hypothesizing that their use could lead people to ignore distancing measures social.

However, on September 30, the government changed its mind and decided to "strongly advise" the use of masks in busy public places, a recommendation that did not really attract support.

Despite government advice, the RIVM website noted that any benefit from wearing cloth masks would "probably be modest".

To make this measure compulsory, Parliament had to adopt a special law in order to respect the constitutional guarantees on individual freedoms.

(Toby Sterling, French version Dagmarah Mackos, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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