Good morning! The cabinet will discuss the coronacrisis with the RIVM at the Catshuis and Ajax will compete against PSV in its own house.
Today clouds rise from the north and especially in the northern half some rain or drizzle is possible later. With moderate to fairly strong southwesterly winds, it becomes 1 to 5 degrees
Are you going on the road? Here you will find the overview of the activities. Check the timetable for the track here.
What can you expect today?
Cabinet, RIVM and other stakeholders discuss the lockdown in the Catshuis. A press conference is expected on Tuesday. Sparta-Feyenoord starts at 12.15 p.m. Then follow Heerenveen-Fortuna Sittard and VVV-Willem II at 14.30 hours. And at 4:45 p.m., Ajax and PSV play against each other. Michiel Huisman and Katja Herbers have a chance to win a prize during the first edition of the American Critics Choice Super Awards; a new prize created to honor genres like superhero films, Science fiction and horror.
What did you miss?
Rescue workers found body parts, clothing and wreckage in the Java Sea. Yesterday a Boeing 737 crashed there, which had taken off a few minutes earlier in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. There were 62 people on board.
In the water, a signal was picked up from the plane, at the site where the pilots last made contact. It may be a signal from the black box. Not much is known about the crash; next of kin are waiting for more information in crisis centres at airports.
More news from the night:
Vice President Pence is present at Bidens sworn in: unlike President Trump, the current vice president is present when Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are inaugurated for the Capitol. The inauguration is in ten days. Austrian minister away after accusations of plagiarism: Christine Aschbacher allegedly fiddled with source mentions and quotes when writing her masters thesis in 2006. She herself denies that, but she leaves to “prevent further hostility, political agitation and insults”.
And then heres this:
Its been five years today since David Bowie died. It was planned that there would be several concerts with a tribute to the British singer, but they do not go through corona of course.
For fans it is a special weekend. Two unpublished songs by Bowie have been released: a cover of Mother by John Lennon and this cover of Bob Dylans Tryin to Get to Heaven: