The Koninklijke Horeca Netherlands (KHN) to start a lawsuit against the State because of the coronamaatregelen, does KHN on Thursday announced. The step is to the association of versoepelingen force in the Dutch hospitality industry, in particular with regard to the 1.5 m separation between the guests.
the Company may, from 1 June to re-open, but subject to certain terms and conditions. If guests are up to 1.5 meters of separation, unless they are under the age of eighteen, or in the same household of each are, and that guests should make reservations if you have more than a hundred people in the building or if it is a terrace of more than 250 spots.
"This is coronamaatregelen in a high degree arbitrary, and are at right angles to versoepelingen in other sectors," writes KHN on the action. The measures are likely hospitality enterprises en masse to the attack, according to the travel industry.
For the bankruptcy to occur, the trade association for the coronamaatregelen be made more flexible. The horecakoepel in particular, versoepelingen when it comes to the number of people living within 1.5 metres of each other on a table and allowed to sit. In addition, the association with a roadmap versoepelingen in the future.
"Because there is no versoepelingen have been announced by the government, no perspective is offered, people are not willing to work with us on a road map, and there will be no additional aid to come, we will be forced to take legal action in the direction of the State," according to KHN-chair of the Robér Willemsen. The interim injunction must be made on Thursday, the 23rd of July.
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