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After six months with its doors closed, hospitality sector in the Netherlands reopens its doors

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The Hague (Netherlands), Apr 28 (EFE) .- (Camera: Imane Rachidi) After six months with its doors closed and reaching the end of the month with State aid, the hospitality sector in the Netherlands reopened on Wednesday the outdoor spaces on a sunny day, allowing many to flock to non-essential shops without an appointment due to the start of the de-escalation and the end of the curfew.FOOTAGE FROM THE STREETS IN THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS.

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