Good morning! Today theme park Hellendoorn is the first amusement park to open the doors for a corona-test pilot. And in the top division there are four games on the program.
First the weather: it will be a cloudy day, from the south there will be rain. Itll be 7 to 9 degrees with tonight and next night some rain and wet snow.
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?
What did you miss?
Webshop group Alibaba receives a billion-dollar fine from the Chinese government. The company has to pay EUR 2.3 billion converted because it has abused its monopoly position. Sellers active on Alibaba but also on other sales sites were disadvantaged according to the Competition Authority.
According to The Wall Street Journal, its the highest Chinese fine ever for a company. China has been tightening up the supervision of large companies in the country for a long time.
Other news from the night:
And then heres this:
For the first time in four weeks, the fifteen French who have locked themselves in a cave gave a sign of life. They have recorded a video showing them with their daily activities. There is also an audio message from the leader of the company, explorer Christian Clot.
The fifteen cave dwellers are not experienced explorers, but ordinary French. They only had a short training prior to their departure to the cave.
“ Its very heavy,” says Clot in the recording. “Its 10 degrees Celsius here and the humidity is 100 percent. That applies to your body.”