Good morning! This week, too, the MH17 trial is still devoted to stories of relatives, and New York is the first hearing of the trial against British Prince Andrew.
But first the weather. It is cloudy in many places in the morning. In the afternoon the sun breaks through a bit more often and it turns 18 to 22 degrees again. The weather is calm with weak to moderate northeastern winds.
Are you going on the road? Here you can find the list of traffic jams and operations. Check the train timetable here.
What to expect today?
What did you miss?
As of Saturday 25 September, Dutch people will not have to keep one and a half meters away, The Hague sources report to theCCeit. However, a corona entry ticket should be shown in many more places, for example in the hospitality industry, cinema and theatre. A face mask requirement remains in force in public transport.
The opening hours for the night care industry, such as cafes, discotheques and fast food business, are not eased. But as the one-and-a-half meter rule disappears, more guests are allowed to enter the café with a corona pass, up to 75 percent of the maximum number of visitors. No concrete decision has been taken on the event sector.
Other news from the night
And then this:
American singer Britney Spears is set to marry her boyfriend, actor Sam Asghari. Spears showed her engagement ring on Instagram on Sunday and wrote, “I can‘t believe it!”
The pop star announced in a testimony around her trustee this spring that she would love to marry and have a child with Asghari, with whom she has been with for five years now. Her administrators would make it impossible for her to do that. In the meantime, Spears’ father James, who was her administrator since 2009, has announced that she wanted to lift the scheme.
Have a good day