Last weekend it was almost summer busy on the beaches and in nature reserves, now it is quiet. Beach entrances are closed, parking spaces in forest areas closed.
In the head of North Holland, municipalities use drones to warn people to keep a safe distance.
The most visible are the measures on the beaches. Beach entrances are (still) open in North Holland, but the popular road to the Wassenaarse Slag is closed. The Westland municipality between The Hague and Rotterdam has also closed the beach entrances, reports Omroep West. Zandvoort, Bloemendaal and Noordwijk call on people not to come to the beach,
That call works. Despite the beautiful weather, reporter Remco te Kloese sees “at most 25 people and two kite surfers” on the beach near Noordwijk, he said in the NOS Radio 1 News.
Also do not park on the roadside
The forests near Baarn are accessible, but there too strict supervision is carried out on the distance of one and a half meters. Parking spaces are closed, reports RTV Utrecht. People are not allowed to park on the roadside.
A little further on, the popular walking path between Utrecht and Wijk bij Duurstede is closed.