Frequently Asked Questions coronavirus
In the list below, you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the coronavirus in Aalsmeer.
What do the additional measures mean for Aalsmeer?
All nation-wide measures also apply to Aalsmeer.
When will the measures take effect?
The measures took effect from 12 March 2020.
Until when will the measures be effective?
The measures shall apply at least until 6 April 2020.
Will events still take place after 6 April 2020?
We are not sure yet.
I've organised a private party. Can I go ahead with it?
Yes, as long as the number of people is allowed for. Make sure to keep the party as small as possible with less than 100 people. And be on the alert when inviting vulnerable people.
Can I still go to a (sports) competition or training?
For information, please check out the website of your club or sports association. All sports competitions and training sessions are cancelled until 6 April 2020.
Is the museum/theatre/library open?
No, they are closed. Please refer to the sites of the organisations of which you need more information.
Can I still travel by public transport?
Yes you can. Please do consider whether it is necessary to trav-el. Or choose off-peak hours when it is less busy for travelling. This is because of the greater risk of infection. Always consult your carrier's website or call 9292.
Can I still go to the supermarket?
Yes you can. Your supermarket may decide to take additional measures. For example, about the number of visitors that may enter at the same time. In addition, you are requested to use a debit card to pay for groceries instead of cash. Hoarding is not necessary, because the shops will continue to receive supplies.
Can I still go to a restaurant or cafe?
No, all catering establishments will be closed until 6 April 2020.
Can I invite guests for my birthday/meeting?
Yes you can. However, please note that the risk of infection in-creases with several people in a room. Elderly and vulnerable people are particularly at risk.
Is the town hall/city hall open?
The municipality’s services will remain available to residents and businesses. Many products and services are available online. We ask you to make use of this. We work for all services by appointment. You can reach us at telephone number: (0297) 38 75 75
Do you suffer from a cold, cough or fever? Do not visit us for the time being, but contact us by phone. This also applies if you have an ap-pointment at the town hall.
Do you have any questions that have not been answered above?
Please mail your question to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org