The 21 February broadcast: Curfew extended and eases/Israelis get freedoms back/How optimistic is Mojo? /Newcomers to the Chamber?

Curfew extended and easilies

Curfew will be extended for three weeks after March 2. That, according to insiders, is the outcome of todays Catshuis Council. By prolonging the curfew, it is possible to allow for easing in other areas, such is the reasoning of the Cabinet. We switch with political obscure Arjan Noorlander.

Vaccinated Israelis get freedoms back

As of today, more is possible for Israelis who have been fully vaccinated. They can, on presentation of their so-called green pass, go to cultural shows, sports competitions, swimming pools, places of worship, gyms and hotels. According to the Minister of Health, there are 3.2 million Israelis in total.

Is there any resistance to the vaccination certificate? And can we learn something from Israel? Correspondent Ties Brock is talking to us.

How optimistic is Mojo?

Pinkpop, North Sea Jazz and Lowlands: these are just three of the many events that festival organizer Mojo had to cancel last year. And again this year it is still very uncertain whether they can continue. Meanwhile, experiments are taking place to keep events safe.

Ruben Brouwer, CEO of Mojo, is our guest. How optimistic is he about the future?

Newcomers to the Chamber?

A record number of 37 parties will participate in the Second Chamber elections in March. And some of them, according to polls, are on the verge of the electoral threshold, such as Code Orange, VOLT and BIJ1. Parties taking part in the national elections for the first time and have the prospect of one or two seats. But do they add something new?