Police took to the streets of Dutch towns and cities in force Tuesday night in an attempt to prevent violent rioting that shook the country for three successive nights after a nationwide curfew was introduced to curb the spread of the coronavirusThe alarm abou.
Police in Rotterdam said they arrested 17 people for minor offenses before the nightly curfew took effect at 9 p.m. Local broadcaster Rijnmond reported that riot police were deployed in the south and west of the cityOntario reporting 3,813 new COVID-19 cases, but police did not immediately report any major disturbancesThis week at a glance.
In AmsterdamEssential workers in factories, riot police were dispatched to a commercial street where a large group of youths had gathered and set off fireworks, but there were no violent confrontationscov_arc_vaccine.
The rioting, which started with the torching of a coronavirus testing center in a fishing village on Saturday night, is the worst to hit the Netherlands in yearsNurses are already feeling guilty; feeling terrible abou. It was initially triggered by anger over a tough coronavirus lockdown that has been in force since mid-December, but calls for rioting swirling on social media and mainly spread among young people increasingly fueled the unrest.