In the Netherlands, 25 people were detained and more than 3.6 thousand people were fined for violating the curfew in connection with the coronavirus, reports TASS, citing local media.
As specified, the citizens were detained for violence against police officers or refusal to go home.
Since last night, a curfew began to operate in the country. From 21:00 to 04:30 local time (from 23:00 to 06:30 Moscow time), you are allowed to go outside only in exceptional cases. Citizens working at this time require special permits.
It is noted that this is the first case of the introduction of a curfew in the country since the Second World War. Violators of restrictive measures will face a € 95 fine.
In the city of Urk in the province of Limburg, about a hundred young people drove around the pier in cars during curfews. In addition, a coronavirus testing center was set on fire in this city. Police officers detained two arson suspects and also fined citizens who did not comply with restrictive measures.
In the village of Stein, which is in the same province, about 100 people took to the streets in protest after the curfew. Young people listened to loud music, drank alcohol, and then moved with slogans through the streets. 14 people were detained by representatives of law enforcement agencies.
Earlier it was reported that the Italian region of Lombardy for a whole week was in quarantine due to an error in regional statistics.