Amsterdam discourages pink mild district visits

The Hague, July 19

Authorities in Amsterdam are urging folks to not go to the town’s well-known pink mild district and have closed off among the historic district’s slim streets as a result of they’re too busy.

After months of coronavirus lockdown measures, intercourse staff within the Netherlands had been allowed to renew work on July 1 and as different restrictions even have eased, the pink mild district has gotten busier once more.

Late Saturday evening, amid fears that guests couldn’t preserve social distancing, Amsterdam Municipality took motion, closing roads within the space and tweeting in Dutch and English: “Don’t come to the red light district. It is too busy.” — AP

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