Dutch Kingsday celebrations muted by coronavirus lockdown

Reuters Monday, 27 April 2020
Dutch King Willem-Alexander urged all people in the Netherlands to stay at home on Monday, instead of flocking onto the streets clad in orange as they normally do for the annual celebration of Kingsday.

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