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Netherlands to further ease Covid-19 curbs despite record infections

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The Dutch government will further ease Covid-19 restrictions despite record numbers of coronavirus infections, with restaurants, bars and theatres allowed to re-open starting Wednesday, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Tuesday.

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