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Back to the Zwaluwenberg it is. The factions of VVD, D66, CDA and ChristenUnie will meet again at the estate in Hilversum to negotiate a new cabinet. Hopefully this time the conversations will yield more than just this much-discussed photo.

Vegasteak from the 3D printer? That is no longer a thing of the future. The Israeli Redefine Meat developed such a ‘beef’ piece and it will soon be produced on a large scale in the Netherlands. Top chef Ron Blaauw already tried it out.

After a lockdown for unvaccinated, Austria is also considering a curfew. The government wants to contain the spread of the corona virus. Only 65 percent of the population has been vaccinated against the virus. An ‘outrageously low’ percentage, according to Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg.

There must be a national collection system for (beverage) packaging with a deposit. That is the view of supermarket umbrella organization CBL, which is submitting a plan for this today. At the end of 2022, there will also be a deposit on cans. The CBL wants not only supermarkets to become responsible for their collection.

This piece was the most shared yesterday:
If employees cannot or do not want to prove that they have been vaccinated, recently recovered or tested negative, an employer can ban them from the workplace under 2G policy. And that could lead to layoffs.

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The transition season has started, yay. Have you had the same health insurer for years? Or do you want to make sure you think of everything? In this video we explain what you should definitely pay attention to.

And you may have missed this: Vegetarian burgers and chicken are readily available in supermarkets. At the better restaurants, the enthusiasm for the fake meat is not yet great. A steak from the 3D printer should change that. The steak was conceived in Israel and will soon be produced on a large scale in the Netherlands.

This could come along at the coffee machine:

  • If you’re done with annoying (ex-) colleagues on your social media, feel free to unfriend them today
  • This cardiologist placed the first artificial heart in the Netherlands
  • A large commercial provider of corona tests would have issued false vaccination certificates
  • Dutch street art artist became crypto millionaire in one fell swoop
  • Recycling plastic can be a lot easier with this Dutch invention

Good day!

ps Our diligent search for Pokémon cards for package evenings is exemplary of the current logistical problems worldwide, writes Hugo Erken, economist at RaboResearch.

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