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Amsterdam Museums And Orchestras Become Beuty Salons In Protest To Covid Rules

Museums and orchestras in the Netherlands have turned into salons in protest against current Covid rules.

Under Dutch restrictions, museums and theatres aren’t allowed to open, but hairdressers and beauticians can.

Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema warned that the cultural protests wouldn’t be tolerated but businesses say the government’s strategy is illogical and contradictory.

Tap the link in our bio to see how others have become creative to temporarily work around restrictions.


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