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Netherlands extends ban on events, to allow some school openings

Reuters Tuesday, 21 April 2020
The Netherlands on Tuesday extended by three months a ban on major public events, including professional sports and music festivals, until Sept. 1 to prevent a resurgence of coronavirus infections, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said.
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