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Last day in catering without a corona pass | Working from home even after corona in the fight against traffic jams | And more climate measures needed

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Do you want to enter a restaurant or cafe and do you not have a corona pass? Then grab your last chance today because from tomorrow you can’t get in anymore. The 1.5 meter rule will expire and more people will be allowed in, but in exchange everyone must show that he or she has been vaccinated or is corona-free. Without the CoronaCheck app, you are only welcome on the terrace, after pressure from the House of Representatives.

In order to meet the new European climate requirements, the Netherlands must take extra measures. For example, an additional CO2 reduction of 15 megatons is required by 2030. This is apparent from an analysis by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency at the request of both the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and the House of Representatives.

We are slowly going back to normal. Although we already travel to the office more often, if it is up to the government, we will also continue to work partly from home post-corona. For example, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (IenW) wants to keep the Netherlands accessible.

Stick your hand in the grab bag and get a name out of it. This caretaker cabinet changes minister more often than the average Dutch person can keep up with. Ten ministers have already resigned at Rutte III. Today Ben Knapen (CDA) and Henk Kamp (VVD) will take the lead from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Defense respectively. It is their turn after Sigrid Kaag and Ank Bijleveld leave.

Turn your piggy bank over because you want this. It’s your last chance to bid on the very first emoticons, 🙂 and 🙁 . They are sold by the creator, computer scientist Scott Fahlman, in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT).

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This piece was the most shared yesterday: A Rotterdam shipping company wants to fire the captain of one of its sea-going ships because he lay naked on board in the sun and had himself massaged by sailors. The judge puts a line through the application for dismissal.

We think you should also read this: Thousands of employees of seven university medical centers (umcs) will stop working for 24 hours next Tuesday in the fight for better working conditions. According to the FNV trade union, it will be ‘the largest strike ever’ in academic hospitals.

And this you may have missed last night: Pilots of bankrupt Alitalia can continue to fly. But then they have to agree with the successor of Alitalia, called ITA, to halve their salary. This makes them the cheapest pilots in Europe.

This could come along at the digital coffee machine:

Good day!

PS The gas price is rising. And so you pay more for energy. That has several causes. How do you ensure that you are (literally and figuratively) warm this winter?

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