' Koninklijke Horeca Nederland (KHN), and the cabinet is going to discuss the measures, such as those that now apply to this business. KHN did a preliminary injunction has been requested in order to get rid of the rule that guests can always keep themselves up to 1.5 meters away and have to keep in mind if they are not of the same household, but still want to sit together.
"In reference to the court, we have decided to re-up with each other", says managing director Dirk Beljaarts of KHN on Thursday, after the end of the session, to know. Earlier, the organisation for the hospitality industry, he just walked out of the talks with the government.
"The difference is that, now that the court has said that there is a step by step approach should allow for the hospitality industry all along the line of sight to a financially sound future," said Beljaarts. If the parties have, after discussions't get out of it, the court will still have two weeks of pronouncement of judgment.
According to KHN, it is also the government, through the state attorney-general aware of the fact that the need is great in the hotel and catering industry. "This is due to all of the parties, be confirmed."
The hotel industry was in the middle of march, by order of the government after the corona virus in the Netherlands was turned up. In the industry, if on June 1 the doors would be open, with certain restrictions, including a limit on the number of guests and the rules and regulations relating to the gezondheidschecks.
It was decided that only those who are of the same household to belong to, and propose to themselves than 1.5 metres, without needing to keep up. KHN asserts that the measure of a table, as in other parts of the society, it does not apply. "We don't want preferential treatment, but equal treatment. Health is always a top priority," concludes Beljaarts.